Magic Mike live tour targets Sheffield and Nottingham arenas - here's how to get tickets

A live Magic Mike show based on the hit films will tour to arenas in Sheffield and Nottingham – with tickets going on sale this morning (Wednesday, March 24).

Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 8:27 am
Updated Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 5:32 pm

Magic Mike The Arena Tour will perform at Sheffield Arena on Thursday, May 19, 2022 and Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on May 25, 2022. Tickets for Nottingham go on sale at 9am today and for Sheffield at 10am today.

The arena tour follows two hugely successful films starring Channing Tatum and a hit live show at the Hippodrome Casino’s theatre in London.

Magic Mike The Arena Tour is a new project that builds on the dance, spectacle and fun of the much-loved films and London show. A group of artists from around the world will perform a sultry dance and acrobatic spectacular.

Magic Mike The Arena Tour will visit Sheffield and Nottingham in May 2022.

The arena tour will feature an elaborate series of stages and runways spanning the length of the arena floor, punctuated by massive screens, incredible visual effects, a live DJ, and some of the hottest, most talented male dancers in the world.

Magic Mike Live co-director Alison Faulk said: “After a year of isolation and frustration, we want to give women something that makes them feel alive again… a sort of celebratory revival that makes them want to stand on their chairs, dance with their friends and feel connected to each other. The show is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of togetherness, sexuality and freedom that only an arena can hold. We want our guys to give our fans the best night of their lives with a party they’ll never forget.”

Conceived by Channing Tatum and co-directed by Channing Tatum and Alison Faulk, Magic Mike Live, which has already wowed more than 200,000 people in London alone and almost 750,000 worldwide, is a large-scale, live production show based on the films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL.

Tickets for Sheffield cost from £41.35; go to Tickets for Nottingham cost from £41.05, go to

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