Andre Rieu announces UK and Ireland tour including two London shows - how to get tickets and full tour dates

Legendary violinist Andre Rieu has announced a UK and Ireland tour - adding a new chapter to a glittering career that has spanned over four decades

Dutch violinist Andre Rieu has announced he will be bringing his tour to the UK and Ireland, and will be visiting London for two shows. Last year his world tour took him all throughout Central Europe to South America and finished the year in Eastern Europe and Israel.

Rieu is one of the most successful violinists and conductors in the world, he performs live for an audience of more than half a million each year and has been touring around the world with his beloved Johann Strauss Orchestra, the biggest private orchestra in the world, for 35 years.

As well as a major hit live, Rieu is also a massive internet sensation. His YouTube videos have racked up over one billion views and nine  million fans follow him on Facebook, proving he is still very much in demand.

The recent Christmas album ‘Silver Bells’ charted in top five in the UK, which is his 16th album to chart in the UK top 10 with combined sales over 40 million albums worldwide and André also topped the cinema Box Office with his cinema event ‘Live in Dublin’.

The 73-year-old will kick off his UK and Ireland tour in London on April 13, 2022 and will wrap it up in Liverpool at the M&S Bank Arena on June 14 2022, bringing to an end 14 shows.

When is Andre Rieu performing in London?

Rieu will be performing two shows in London as part of his UK and Ireland tour. He will be performing at London’s OVO Wembley Arena on April 13 and 14.

How to get tickets to see Andre Rieu in London

Tickets to see Rieu are already on sale, but are unfortunately sold out via his official website. However, tickets are still available for both shows on Viagogo. Tickets on that site are currently selling for £142 for his show on April 13, and £140 for his performance on April 14.

Andre Rieu full UK and Ireland tour dates

  • April 13 - London  OVO Arena Wembley
  • April 14  - London OVO Arena Wembley
  • April 15 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
  • April 20 - SSE Arena Belfast
  • April 21 - Dublin 3Arena
  • April 22 - Dublin 3Arena
  • May 10 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
  • May 11 - Leeds First Direct Arena
  • May 12 - Manchester AO Arena
  • May 13 - Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • May 25 - Aberdeen P&J Live
  • May 26 - Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • May 27 - Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • June 24 - Liverpool M&S Bank Arena