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Hugh Jackman announces the first tour of the world



A 50-year-old actor performs "Man." Music. Show for multiple dates across Europe and the United Kingdom before going to the United States.

Hugh Jackman has released his first world tour. Image: @ RealHughJackman / Twitter.

LONDON – Hugh Jackman released his first world tour and performed hit songs The biggest showman. Les Miserables and more.

A fifty-year-old actor will perform Man. Music. Show for more dates across Europe and the United Kingdom, before going to the United States for shows such as the Madison Square Garden characters in New York, the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and the famous Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

Jackman will play songs The biggest showman. Les Miserable and even more from Broadway and movies, accompanied by a live orchestra.

In the UK, Jackman will perform at Manchester Arena on Friday, May 24, and then at Birmingham Resorts World Arena on May 27th. After the show at 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland on May 30, will return to the UK for two shows at the famous London O2 Arena on June 2 and June 3.

The world tour starts on May 13 at the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, followed by shows at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, the Lanxess Arena in Cologne and the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. There are also shows at Hallenstadion in Zurich, SAP Arena in Mannheim and AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France.

Back in the United States, Jackman will feature over 20 shows across the entire length and width of the country, in what promises to be an exciting show.

UK show tickets are sold at 9am on Friday, December 7, at HughJackmanTheShow.com.

A complete list of dates for Hugh Jackman Man. Music. Show are as follows:

May 13 – Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg

May 14 – Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin

May 16 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne

May 17 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam

May 19 – Hallenstadion, Zurich

May 21 – SAP Arena, Mannheim

May 22 – AccorHotels Arena in Paris

May 24 – Manchester Arena, Manchester

May 27 – Birmingham Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

May 30 – 3Arena, Dublin

June 2 – The O2 Arena in London

June 3 – The O2 Arena in London

June 18 – Toyotin Center, Houston

June 19 – American Airlines Center, Dallas

June 21 – United Center, Chicago

June 22 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul

June 24 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit

June 25 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto

June 27 – TD Garden, Boston

June 28 – Madison Square Garden, New York City

June 29 – Madison Square Garden, New York

June 30 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia

July 1 – Capital One Arena, Washington DC

July 3 – State Farm Arena, Atlanta

July 5 – Amalie Arena, Tampa

July 6 – BB & T center, sunrise

July 10 – Pepsi Center, Denver

July 11 – Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City

July 13 – The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas

July 14 – Gila River Arena, Glendale

July 16 – Valley View Casino Center in San Diego

July 17 – SAP Center in San Jose, San Jose

July 19 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles

July 20 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles


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