Further tickets released for Blue Planet II Live In Concert at the O2, London

Further tickets released for Blue Planet II – Live In Concert at the O2, London

credit: BBC/Rachel Butler

City Of Prague Philharmonic and conductor Matthew Freeman confirmed for the tour, tickets on sale now

The multi award-winning BBC hit show Blue Planet II is set to tour the UK's biggest arenas in 2019 calling at a host of cities including Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow. Due to huge demand a second wave of tickets has been released for The O2 Arena show on Sun 17 Mar.

The announcement comes in line with the news that the original immersive music score by Bleeding Fingers Music, composed by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and David Fleming, will be performed live by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, and conducted by Matthew Freeman.

The live shows follow on from the incredible success of the BAFTA award-winning BBC One television series Blue Planet II. The music will be complemented by projections of show's most stunning moments that will feature on a state of the art 200 square metre 4k ultra HD LED screen.

The tour kicks off at Bournemouth International Centre on Wed 13 Mar and runs until Thu 28 Mar, where it comes to a close at Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena. Extra tickets for the O2 Arena show on Sun 17 Mar are on sale now.

Blue Planet II UK tour dates 2019:
Wed 13 Mar – Bournemouth International Centre
Thu 14 Mar – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Fri 15 Mar – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Sat 16 Mar – Genting Arena, Birmingham
Sun 17 Mar – O2 Arena, London
Tue 19 Mar – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wed 20 Mar – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Thu 21 Mar – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Sat 23 Mar – SSE Arena, Belfast
Tue 26 Mar – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Wed 27 Mar – Manchester Arena
Thu 28 Mar – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

Tickets for Blue Planet II – Live In Concert 2019 are available now.

Blue Planet II: Live In Concert

Return to the seas as fantastic footage from BBC's flagship nature programme, Blue Planet II, plays with a live soundtrack performed live by a full symphony orchestra. Narrated by Anita Rani.