Strictly Come Dancing 2017 live tour! Tickets, celebrities, pros, judges, dates!

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The Strictly Come Dancing 2017 live tour has arrived and here's all you need to know.

Following last year's 2016 series, the celebs are back and this time on the road for this year's live stage show, based on the hit BBC One series.


And this latest tour will be extra special as it'll be the landmark tenth year for the live arena show.

Who's on the Strictly Come Dancing tour line up?

Six celebs will be on the Strictly Come Dancing 2017 tour: Louise Redknapp and Kevin Clifton, Danny Mac and Oti Mabuse, Ore Oduba and Karen Clifton, Ed Balls and Katya Jones (*except Manchester dates), Daisy Lowe and Aljaž Skorjanec and Lesley Joseph and Gorka Marquez.

February's Manchester dates (4-5) will see a slight change to the line up. Ed Balls can't make it and so the audience will instead be treated to Judge Rinder.

Completing the line-up for group numbers and professional dances are six of this series’ fabulous pro performers: Giovanni Pernice and Janette Manrara, AJ Pritchard and Chloe Hewitt, Oksana Platero and Neil Jones.


Who are the Strictly 2017 tour judges and host?

Strictly's own Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood will appear as judges alongside former Strictly professional dancer Karen Hardy. Hosting the show for the first time is Countryfile's Anita Rani, who made the semi-finals last year and appeared in 2016's tour.

What about Strictly 2017 tour tickets?

Tickets for the UK Tour went on general sale at 10am on 23 September 2016 and are close to selling out at many dates now following the show. BUY TICKETS HERE

Strictly Come Dancing 2017 tour dates

Th show will visit a total of nine cities across the country, starting in Birmingham.

20-22 January 2017 - Birmingham: Barclaycard Arena

24 January 2017 - Newcastle: Metro Radio Arena

25-26 January 2017 - Sheffield Arena

27-29 January 2017 - Glasgow: The SSE Hydro

31 January - 1 February 2017 - Nottingham: Motorpoint Arena


2-3 February 2017 - Leeds: First Direct Arena

4-5 February 2017 - Manchester Arena

7-8 February 2017 - Liverpool: Echo Arena

9-10 February 2017 - London: The SSE Arena, Wembley

11-12 February 2017 - London: The O2

How much do tickets cost?

Costs vary from £35 to £66 depending on band and venue, and there may also be booking fees, etc.


There are also premium packages available for an extra cost.

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