Johnny Depp Hollywood Vampires UK tour 2023 Birmingham: How to buy tickets, presale and dates

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Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry will be coming to Birmingham in 2023 as part of Hollywood Vampires’ recently announced UK tour.

Johnny Depp and Hollywood Vampires will be playing in Birmingham at the Utilita Arena on Tuesday, July 11, 2023 during their upcoming UK tour. They’ll also be making stops at other famous locales such as Manchester, London and Scarborough on their tour of the UK.

Since their initial formation in 2012, the supergroup has released two studio albums. They released a self titled album in 2015 and “Rise” in 2019 - the latter of which reached number one in the UK album charts.

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There are few bands in the world that can match Hollywood Vampires’ sheer star power. They have also enjoyed high-profile guest appearances on their records in the past, from Paul McCartney to Christopher Lee.

Much of their discography pays tribute to classic rock from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, featuring a smattering of cover songs across their two albums. They have covered songs from bands such as The Who, Led Zeppelin and The Doors.

If you’d like to see Hollywood Vampires perform live in Birmingham in 2023, here’s everything you’ll need to know.

How to get tickets for Hollywood Vampires Birmingham show

Tickets for Hollywood Vampires’ upcoming Birmingham concert can be purchased online via The Ticket Factory. They’re set to go on general sale on Friday (October 28) at 10am.

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Presale will begin a day beforehand on Thursday (October 27), also at 10am. Currently, tickets for the gig are priced at £56.20, with an admin fee of £2.95 and a postage fee of £1.

Full list of Hollywood Vampires UK 2023 tour dates

  • Scarborough: Open Air Theatre, July 5
  • Swansea: Swansea Arena, July 7
  • Manchester: AO Arena, July 8
  • London: O2 Arena, July 9
  • Birmingham: Utilita Arena, July 11
  • Glasgow: OVO Hydro, July 12

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