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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
Updated Wednesday 12:20 AM BST
The three UK concerts on the Night of Hunters tour have “value-added” ticket madness in the form of ticket pre-sales. Right now, it looks like there will be two for London, one for Manchester and one for Glasgow.
London and Manchester will each have an O2 Priority pre-sale starting on Wednesday, May 11th at 9:00 AM BST. Manchester’s will last through to the general sale on Friday while London’s looks to be a day long as there will be a Live Nation pre-sale for London starting on Thursday. Pre-sale ticket links will go live on the O2 Blueroom on Wednesday morning, allowing you to purchase tickets for these two events from a pre-sale allotment via O2. The FAQs aren’t clear about whether or not you actually have to have an O2 Blueroom ID to participate in this pre-sale but several people report having to be registered with O2 to purchase tickets through their pre-sales so one should probably do so to make sure your bases are covered.
As mentioned above, there will also be a Live Nation pre-sale for the London concert that starts on Thursday, May 12th at 9:00 BST. To purchase tickets in that presale, you will need to be registered with and logged into Live Nation. The presale purchase link will go live on Wednesday morning at their London listing.
Finally, according to Ticketmaster and Gigs in Scotland, there will be a “DF” pre-sale for Glasgow starting at 9:00 BST on Wednesday the 11th. “DF” probably refers to DF Concerts, one of the big concert promoters in Scotland. There are no indications of password or registration requirements to participate in this pre-sale at this time but one may have to access Ticketmaster via this link to participate.
One thing to keep in mind about pre-sales is that they usually contian an allotment of tickets from throughout the venue—not just the best seats in the venue. the O2 FAQ addresses this specifically:
A wide range of seat types are allocated as Priority Tickets for each show. O2’s Priority Ticket offer does not always guarantee access to the best seats. If you don’t like the ‘best available’ Priority Tickets, you can try to buy alternative tickets through the general public sale.
So, do not feel that the pre-sales are the only opportunity to get the best seats at these shows. Equally good seats will be available in the general sale and, often, will be released for sale as the concert date approachs.