Paramore have announced a UK and Ireland tour including a Manchester gig at the AO Arena.  The gig in Manchester is one of six dates they have confirmed.

The tour comes in support of their sixth studio album This Is Why and opens at Dublin’s 3Arena before gigs in Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, London and Birmingham.

The tour announcement comes after the band released the title track form the album last month.

Paramore’s UK and Ireland headline tour will be their first UK tour in more than four years.  Bloc Party will support their UK and Ireland dates.

A portion of ticket sales for all UK and Ireland shows will be donated to Support + Feed.  Support + Feed takes action for a global shift to an equitable, plant-based food system to combat food insecurity and the climate crisis.

Paramore are also working with environmental non-profit REVERB on their 2023 tour to create positive impacts for people and the planet.  In addition to partnering on a comprehensive tour sustainability program, the band and REVERB will host an Eco-Village at every show where fans can take action on important environmental and social causes and much more.

When do Paramore headline at Manchester’s AO Arena?

Paramore headline at Manchester’s OA Arena on 18 April 2023.  The Manchester gig is one of six UK and Ireland dates they have confirmed:
13 April   –   Dublin, 3Arena
15 April   –   Cardiff, International Arena
17 April   –   Glasgow, OVO Hydro
18 April   –   Manchester, AO Arena
20 April   –   London, O2 Arena
22 April   –   Birmingham, Utilita Arena

When do tickets go on sale for Paramore’s UK and Ireland tour?

Tickets for Paramore’s UK and Ireland tour go on sale on 28 October.  Venue pre-sales open at 10am on 26 October.  A band presale will open at 10am on 27 October.  Early access to tour tickets is available for fans who pre-order This Is Why in any format from their UK store.