Strictly Come Dancing will be returning to arenas around the UK early next year.
Hosted once again by former Strictly Champion Ore Oduba, the tour will be waltzing back into action on 18 January 2019 for 29 shows. Tickets will go on sale this Friday 21 September at 8 AM, with a pre-sale from Wednesday 19 September.
Ore Oduba said: “Goes without saying, I’m so excited to be back hosting the Tour again! As many people know, Strictly means a lot to me so to be back with the gang…well, let’s just say it didn’t take long for me to say ‘yes’! I had the best time hosting the 2018 tour, the Strictly fans were as loud and excitable as ever. And I’m sure 2019 will be no different, we’ve got a sensational show planned. And yes – when we hit the road in January – I will be packing my dancing shoes!”
The 2019 tour will be directed by Strictly TV judge Craig Revel Horwood and will feature many of the celebrities and professional dancers from the upcoming 16th series of the award-winning show, which is due to return this Saturday (22 September). More casting details will be announced in due course.
As well as experiencing an evening of the breathtaking routines, spellbinding choreography and incredible live music Strictly is famous for, fans of all ages will be able to vote for which couple wins the coveted Glitterball Trophy at the end of each show. Whilst the four judges will offer their views and scores, ultimately the audience will decide who wins at the end of each show.
Next year’s tour begins at the Arena Birmingham before visiting cities including Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow and Nottingham. There’ll also be a show at the SSE Arena Wembley before the tour ends with four performance at London’s O2 Arena on 9 and 10 February.
Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour is produced by Stage Entertainment and Phil McIntyre Entertainments, in association with BBC Worldwide.
See Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour 2019 this January and February:
18–21 January – Arena Birmingham
24-25 January – Leeds First Direct Arena
26-27 January – Manchester Arena
29 January – Liverpool Echo Arena
30-31 January – Sheffield Fly DSA Arena
1-3 February – Glasgow SSE Hydro
5-6 February – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
7-8 February – London SSE Arena Wembley
9-10 February – London The O2 Arena