Wildly popular comedian and actor Matt Rife announced his ProbleMATTic World Tour hitting cities across North America, Australia, and Europe throughout 2023 and 2024. Produced by Live Nation, the massive tour includes more than 100 dates across the globe. The UK stretch of the tour kicks off on Tuesday, September 3 at SEC Armadillo in Glasgow, before hitting other cities around the country such as Manchester, Birmingham and London.
The ProbleMATTic World Tour Rife will include shows in Europe in the fall with shows in Amsterdam, London, Paris and more before concluding the tour on Friday, October 20 at Santeria Toscana 31 in Milan, Italy.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to live out this lifelong dream! To tour the world, spreading laughter, with some of my best friends, is something I never thought would be possible. I’m so grateful to get this opportunity, and it’s even more fulfilling knowing that it’s all because of the incredible people who enjoy my comedy,” said Matt Rife. “I’ve been working so hard towards this for 12 years and now I’ve surrounded myself with a team who works just as hard and share the same passion! I still can’t believe it.”
“Matt has quickly become one of the fastest-rising comics, creating incredible global demand for tickets,” says Andy Levitt, VP, Live Nation Comedy Touring. “We’re looking forward to working alongside him and helping him connect to his audiences around the world.”
TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with an Artist presale beginning Tuesday, 6th of June at 10 AM local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, 9th of June at 10 AM local time at MattRifeOfficial.com.
PROBLEMATTIC WORLD TOUR – 2024 UK DATES
Tue Sep 03 — Glasgow, UK — SEC Armadillo
Fri Sep 06 — Birmingham, UK — Utilita Arena Birmingham
Sat Sep 07 – Cardiff, UK – Cardiff International Arena
Tue Sep 10 — Newcastle, UK — O2 City Hall Newcastle
Fri Sep 13 — Manchester, UK — O2 Apollo
Tue Sep 17 — London, UK — Eventim Apollo
Fri Sep 20 — Bristol, UK — Bristol Beacon