Il Divo Tickets Tickets

DateVenueCityLowest Price

16 Oct   (Thu)

Ziggo DomeAmsterdam Zuidoost

18 Oct   (Sat)

LG Arena BirminghamBirmingham

19 Oct   (Sun)

Motorpoint Arena CardiffCardiff

21 Oct   (Tue)

Metro Radio ArenaNewcastle Upon Tyne

22 Oct   (Wed)

The HydroGlasgow

24 Oct   (Fri)

Nottingham ArenaNottingham

25 Oct   (Sat)

Manchester ArenaManchester

26 Oct   (Sun)

3 Arena DublinDublin

28 Oct   (Tue)

Brighton CentreBrighton

29 Oct   (Wed)

Bournemouth International CentreBournemouth

31 Oct   (Fri)

First Direct ArenaLeeds

01 Nov   (Sat)

The O2London

02 Nov   (Sun)

Zenith de ParisParis

04 Nov   (Tue)

Barclaycard Center (Palacio de Deportes)Madrid

05 Nov   (Wed)

MEO ArenaLisbon

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Don't be put off by the Syco Music tag, this isn't one of Cowell's reality wannabes , Il Divo are true talent, as is proved by eight years in the industry and 26 million albums sold worldwide ? they cannot be dismissed as 'house-wife favourites'.

2011 was a big year for the boys; the much anticipated album 'Wicked Game' was released in November, they played to an estimated 35,000 at their biggest capacity gig, and they won the 'Artist of the Year' award at the Classical Brits. 2012 looks like being no quieter. Il Divo embark on their World Tour on the 8th of February in South Africa, before calling on Australia, Japan, Europe ? including two dates at the Royal Albert Hall in April ? Canada and finally the US in July and August, where venues include the infamous Caesar's Palace. 'Il divo' may mean divine male performer in Italian but with Il Divo you get four incredible talents from France, Spain, America and Switzerland ? combining to form an unstoppable force in the world of classical music.


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