Harlem Globetrotters UK tour 2023 Birmingham: How to get tickets, venue and presale

The world famous exhibition basketball team, Harlem Globetrotters, are coming to Birmingham as part of their 2023 UK tour. Here’s how you can get tickets.

The Harlem Globetrotters will be coming to Birmingham on April 29, 2023 as part of their newly-announced UK tour. They’ll be making stops at several other cities across the country too, such as London, Sheffield and Cardiff.

Combining technical ability with comedic timing, the Globetrotters always put on a good show. With the likes of Hammer Harrison, Bulldog Mack and Thunder Law amongst their ranks, zany basketballing antics are bound to be at a premium.

As part of the tour, the Globetrotters will be celebrating the anniversary of the mythical four point shot they invented ten years ago. The four point shot must be scored while you are an eye-watering 30 feet away from the net - if anyone can do it, it’s the Globetrotters!

The tour has been named the “Pushing the Limits World Tour”. In alignment with the title, the Globetrotters will attempt to break a basketball-related world record at every show on the tour.

If you’d like to see the Harlem Globetrotters live in Birmingham at the Utilita Arena, here’s everything you’ll need to know. We’ll be detailing how much tickets cost, when they’ll be on sale and when you can get access to presale tickets.

How to get tickets to see the Harlem Globetrotters in Birmingham

Tickets to see the Harlem Globetrotters in Birmingham on April 29, 2023 at the Utilita Arena can be purchased on The Ticket Factory. Currently, tickets are priced at £29.05, with admin and postage fees included.

Tickets will go on general sale on Friday, November 11 at 10am. Meanwhile, presale tickets will go on sale a day before on Thursday, November 10 at 10am. To gain access to presale, you’ll need to sign up with your email address to The Ticket Factory online.

Full list of Harlem Globetrotters UK 2023 tour dates

  • Manchester: AO Arena, April 28
  • Birmingham: Utilita Arena, April 29
  • London: O2 Arena, May 1
  • Glasgow: Braehead Arena, May 2
  • Newcastle: Utilita Arena, May 3
  • Sheffield: Utilita Arena, May 4
  • Cardiff: International Arena, May 5
  • Nottingham: Motorpoint Arena, May 6
  • London: OVO Arena, May 7