Paramore ticket prices have been announced ahead of their UK tour going on sale. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival)

Paramore recently announced details of a headline UK and Ireland arena tour, along with ticket prices.

The band will play their first UK and Ireland gigs in four years in support of their forthcoming album.

Fans can get tickets from 10:00 on October 28 through Ticket holder and See tickets.

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The tour will stop in Dublin, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Birmingham and Cardiff in April 2023.

It will be in support of their first album in six years, That’s whywhich is due out on February 10 and features the lead single from the title track.

Haley Williams recently paid their respects to the “young girls, queer kids and anything of color” who helped change the pop-punk scene.

Williams shared a handwritten essay about the band’s journey since its formation in 2004, ahead of Paramore’s “When we were young” festival. headline performance on October 23.

She posted a handwritten essay on Instagram Stories detailing the change to the “scene,” adding, “We changed this scene together, messy, angry, heartbroken, and determined.”

You can find out the tour dates and ticket prices below.

How much are Paramore tickets?

Paramore tickets have been confirmed to be priced as follows, inclusive of fees:

  • £68.50 – standing
  • £91.05 – seated
  • £68.50 – seated
  • £46.50 – seated

Prices vary by venue, but average between £46.60 and £74.55 for each date.

When will they go on sale?

They will go on general sale at 10am on October 28th Ticket holder and See tickets.

You can check out the full tour schedule below.

Paramore UK & Ireland Tour Dates

  • April 13 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
  • April 15 – Cardiff, UK – International Arena
  • April 17 – Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro
  • April 18 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena
  • April 20 – London, UK – O2 Arena
  • April 22 – Birmingham, UK – Utilita Arena