You'll need ID to the new shows to fight touts
Due to phenomenal demand, Flight of the Conchords have added more dates to their massive, upcoming 2018 arena tour. Tickets are on sale now.
The comedy folk duo, comprised of Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie, saw the initial run of dates sell out in minutes – to the joy of lucky fans and the frustration of those who missed out.
A spokesman for the band said: “Flight of the Conchords and their representatives have addressed the issues with secondary ticketing sites and resellers that followed the October 23, 2017 announcement. In an effort to thwart reselling at higher prices, tickets for the newly announced shows are not transferrable and the purchaser must now show a photo ID to pick up tickets they’ve purchased online. “
Now, the tour will includes 10 new shows and will begin on March 5 with a three-night stand in Portsmouth, UK at Guildhall and ends April 3 in London, UK at O2 Arena.
Tickets and tour dates
Flight Of The Conchords’ upcoming UK and Ireland tour dates are below. Tickets to the new shows will be available from 10am on Friday November 3 and available here.
Mar. 06 – Portsmouth, UK – Guildhall
Mar. 07 – Portsmouth, UK – Guildhall
Mar. 09 – York, UK – Barbican
Mar. 10 – York, UK – Barbican
Mar. 11- York, UK – Barbican
Mar. 13 – Milton, UK- Keynes Theatre
Mar. 14 – Milton, UK – Keynes Theatre
Mar. 15 – Milton, UK – Keynes Theatre
Mar. 18 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo [Sold Out]
Mar. 19 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo [Sold Out]
Mar. 20 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo [Sold Out]
Mar. 22 – Birmingham, UK – Birmingham Genting Arena [Sold Out]
Mar. 23 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Arena [Sold Out]
Mar. 25 – Dublin, IE – 3Arena [Sold Out]
Mar. 26 – Glasgow, UK – The SSE Hydro [Sold Out]
Mar. 27 – Leeds, UK – Leeds First Direct Arena [Sold Out]
Mar. 29 – London, UK – The O2 Arena [Sold Out]
Mar. 30 – London, UK – The O2 Arena [Sold Out]
Apr. 01 – Liverpool, UK – Echo Arena Liverpool [Sold Out]
Apr. 02 – Dublin, IE – 3 Arena
Apr. 03 – London, UK – O2 Arena
Along with starring in their own hugely popular HBO show, the Conchords boys have also released two albums, a 2008 self titled effort and 2009’s ‘I Told You I Was Freaky’.
Earlier this year, the duo also teased the possibility of a big screen debut after revealing that they were considering possible ideas for a potential film.
“We’ve got a few things up our sleeves”, Clement told the Press Association.
“We’ve done a little work on some of those ideas.
The ideas we have are quite different to the TV show. It’s still music, still a couple of idiots and another idiot and some music.”