Hugh Jackman's UK tour: Tickets, dates, songs and everything you need to know
14 March 2019, 13:24 | Updated: 14 March 2019, 13:25
Hugh Jackman is fast becoming the world's most loved man. He can sing, act, dance...
He's probably good at sports, and an amazing cook... Oh, sorry, we wen't off track a bit there.
Hugh is now taking his talents across the world on his first ever solo tour, where he'll be performing songs and routines from his most famous movies and stage shows.
Here is everything you need to know so far:
Hugh Jackman tour dates: Where and when is he performing?
The Man. The Music. The Show. will tour the world in 2019, and Hugh will stop at:
Tuesday 7: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Wednesday 8: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Thursday 9: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Sunday 12: Merksem (Antwerpen), Belgium, Sportpaleis
Monday 13: Hamburg, Germany, Barclaycard Arena
Tuesday 14: Berlin, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena
Thursday 16: Koln, Germany, Lanxess Arena
Friday 17: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
Sunday 19: Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
Tuesday 21: Mannheim, Germany, SAP Arena
Wednesday 22: Paris, France, AccorHotels Arena
Friday 24: Manchester, Manchester Arena
Saturday 25: Manchester, Manchester Arena (1pm and 7pm)
Monday 27: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena (1pm and 7pm)
Tuesday 28: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
Thursday 30: Dublin, 3Arena
Friday 31: Dublin, 3Arena
Sunday 2: London, The O2
Monday 3: London, The O2
Tuesday 4: London, The O2
Wednesday 5: London, The O2
Thursday 6: London, The O2
Friday 7: London, The O2
Tuesday 18: Houston, TX, Toyota Center
Wednesday 19: Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
Friday 21: Chicago, IL, United Center
Saturday 22: St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
Monday 24: Detroit, MI, Little Caesars Arena
Tuesday 25: Toronto, Canada, Scotiabank Arena
Thursday 27: Boston, MA, TD Garden
Friday 28: New York City, Madison Square Garden
Saturday 29: New York City, Madison Square Garden (1pm and 7pm)
Sunday 30: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Monday 1: Washington, Capital One Arena
Wednesday 3: Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
Friday 5: Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
Saturday 6: Sunrise, FL, BB&T Center
Wednesday 10: Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
Thursday 11: Salt Lake City, UT, Vivint Smart Home Arena
Friday 12: Salt Lake City, UT, Vivint Smart Home Arena
Saturday 13: Las Vegas, NV, MGM Grand Garden Arena
Sunday 14: Glendale, AZ, Gila River Arena
Tuesday 16: San Diego, CA, Pechanga Arena San Diego
Wednesday 17: San Jose, CA, SAP Center at San Jose
Friday 19: Hollywood, CA Hollywood Bowl
Saturday 20: Hollywood, Hollywood Bowl
Friday 2: Sydney, Australia, Qudos Bank Arena
Saturday 3: Sydney, Australia Qudos Bank Arena (2pm and 8pm)
Sunday 4: Sydney, Australia Qudos Bank Arena (2pm and 8pm)
Saturday 10: Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (2pm and 8pm)
Sunday 11: Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (2pm and 8pm)
Tuesday 13: Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Friday 16: Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena
Saturday 17: Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena (2pm and 8pm)
Sunday 18: Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena (2pm and 8pm)
Wednesday 21: Perth, Australia, RAC Arena
Friday 23: Perth, Australia, RAC Arena
Saturday 24: Perth, Australia, RAC Arena (2pm and 8pm)
Saturday 31: Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (2pm and 8pm)
Sunday 1: Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (2pm and 8pm)
Tuesday 3: Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Friday 6: Auckland, New Zealand, Spark Arena
Saturday 7: Auckland, New Zealand, Spark Arena (2pm)
Hugh Jackman tour tickets: Are they still on sale and how much do they cost?
It depends on the venue and the type of tickets.
Tickets for his shows at the London O2 Arena range from £47.75 ($62.50) to £87.50 ($114).
Performances at New York City’s Madison Square Garden costs between $90 (£68.75) and $249 (£190).
You can buy tickets from the official website here.
What songs will he sing?
Hugh Jackman will perform tunes from The Greatest Showman, and from Les Misérables, where he starred in the 2012 film adaptation as Jean Valjean.
There will also be songs from The Boy from Oz, the Broawday play that won him a Tony Award in 2004.
He will also pick his favourite songs from other Broadway shows and movies along the way, and he will be joined by a live orchestra.
Will anyone support him on tour?
Currently, for all Hugh's shows in Birmingham, Manchester and London, he will be joined by his Greatest Showman co-star Keala Settle, best known for the song 'This Is Me'.
He has also hinted that Robbie Williams may join him at some point.
“I’m a big fan of having guests on tour, concerts should feel like something happened that night that couldn’t happen anywhere else,” he said. “So, I don’t know if I should say, but Robbie’s going to join me at one point.”