Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow

Manchester Arena, Manchester.

Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow

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16+ only in the standing area, 12s - 13s must be accompanied by an adult in the seating area. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity Seat location
SEATS £66.50 (£57.50) Transaction fee applicable *
SEATS £54.63 (£47.50) Transaction fee applicable *
Manchester Arena

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Under 14 must be accompanied and no under 14s go on the floor for standing floor shows.

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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Following the triumphant sold-out show at the Birmingham Genting Arena earlier this year, Kennedy Street and Kilimanjaro are pleased to announce Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow will be returning to tour the UK in June 2017. The very special opening night will see them headlining the second annual Stone Free Festival at The O2, London, with further shows in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham.

Playing classics from both Rainbow and Deep Purple's anthemic catalogue, the legendary guitarist needs no introduction and is universally acknowledged as a singular and visionary talent, one who has helped shape and define the landscape of rock music and the evolution of the guitar at its core. With a background immersed in classical and r'n'b he was a founding member and driving force of Deep Purple, going on to form Rainbow in 1973, who sold in excess of 28 million albums.