The Masked Singer Tour 2022: How to get Manchester AO Arena live show tickets, lineup and host details

One of the biggest and most popular entertainment shows on UK TV – The Masked Singer – is coming to Manchester as part of their tour.

The show has gripped the nation since its premiere in 2020 – with former Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts winning the first series as the Queen Bee.

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With a popular panel including Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan and host Joel Dommett prominently featured on the show, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most beloved shows in the UK. United.

Here’s how to find out if tickets are still available:

When is the Masked Singer coming to Manchester?

The tour started on Saturday April 2.

For one night only, the masked singer will perform in Manchester at the AO Arena on Sunday April 10, 2022.

Where else does the masked singer perform?

The tour kicked off in Liverpool, before heading to the capital. After London, the tour heads to Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow before Manchester.

The full list of UK tour dates:

  • Saturday April 2 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
  • Sunday 3 April – O2 Arena London
  • Wednesday 5 April – Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Friday 8 April – Newcastle Utilita Arena
  • Saturday April 9 – Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • Sunday 10 April – Manchester AO Arena
  • Wednesday 13 April – Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Friday 15 April – Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • Saturday 16 April – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
  • Monday 18 April – London Wembley OVO Arena

How can I get tickets for the show?

There are still plenty of tickets available for the Masked Singer live show, and they are available through ticket master.

The cheapest tickets available on the website are currently £30.95 each, with Ticketmaster reserving the ‘best seats’ still available. These are located in the BL C row F section and will set you back £109.50 each.

Who is organizing the Masked Singer 2022 tour?

Joel Dommett organizes the UK tour

Popular television host and current host of the original version aired on ITV, Joel Dommett will host the Masked Singer live tour.

The 36-year-old host is a comedian, but he rose to prominence on the 2016 version of “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here” finishing second to winner Scarlett Moffatt.

Dommett has been on television almost since the start of his career and in 2011 hosted Live in Chelsea, a live chat show about the events of the popular reality show Made in Chelsea.

How will the live tour work?

The Masked Singer is well known for subtle celebrity clues, and you’ll have to do your best detective work trying to guess new characters, with new characters never before seen exclusively for the tour.

New celebrities will be unmasked in each arena, with five of the favorite characters performing their greatest hits in what is being dubbed a “visual spectacle”.

Who are the tour judges?

Natalie Imbruglia, as Panda, won the third season of The Masked Singer (Picture: ITV)

Judges for the Manchester AO Arena event will be actress Denise Van Outen (Gogglebox, TOWIE, Eastenders) JLS frontman Aston Merrygold, with a special guest celebrity unveiled for each event.

The celebrity guest judge for the Manchester show will be season one winner, Nicola Roberts, who is best known for starring in girl group, Girls Aloud.

The guest judges for the live UK tour are:

  • London – Jonathan Ross
  • Birmingham – Mo Gilligan
  • Newcastle – Scarlett Moffatt
  • Glasgow–Sanjeev Kohli
  • Manchester-Nicola Roberts
  • Leeds – Nicola Roberts
  • Sheffield – Martine McCutcheon
  • Nottingham – Natalie Imbruglia (winner 2022)
  • Wembley – Davina McCall

What is the Masked Singer and what is it?

The Masked Singer was a show first introduced in the UK in 2020.

The object of the show is to correctly guess who the celebrity behind the mask is.

It features a number of celebrities performing songs each week on the show and each week hinting at who they are, while speaking to the camera in a heavily altered voice, to conceal their identity.

Some celebrities in the past have included Jason Manford, Teddy Sheringham, Michael Owen, Will Young and more.

When a celebrity is voted out, the judges have one last chance to guess who it is, before chanting “take it off” as the celebrities begin to remove their elaborate masks.

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