The Script announce Greatest Hits UK 2022 tour dates

IRISH rockers, The Script have announced a string of UK dates for their Greatest Hits tour.

Taking place in 2022, we can't wait to get our hands on tickets to see the guys.

They've recently announced Tales From The Script: Greatest Hits, a compilation of the some of their best songs, and it's good news for fans as they'll be going on tour too.

  • Get tickets to see The Script's Greatest Hits Tour – click here

If you want to catch them on tour, you can get tickets to The Script's Greatest Hit's tour from

Tickets will go on sale 9.30am on Friday September 3 – so mark that date in your diary now.

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Speaking to The List, singer Danny O'Donoghue said: "The Tales From The Script album is a springboard to our next chapter, but it's also our story so far.

"We're so excited to be taking it on the road. I know I'm gonna lose it on stage, night after night."

But where will they be performing? Here's where you can see them out on the road.

The Script's 2022 UK Tour Dates

  • May 15– SSE Arena, Belfast – click here
  • May 19– M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool -click here
  • May 20 – First Direct Arena, Leeds – click here
  • May 21– AO Arena, Manchester – click here
  • May 23 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff – click here
  • May 24– Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham – click here
  • May 26– P&J Live, Aberdeen – click here
  • May 27 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – click here
  • May 28 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle – click here
  • May 30 – Brighton Centre – click here
  • May 31– Bournemouth Intl Centre – click here
  • June 2 – Sheffield Arena – click here
  • June 3 – Birmingham Arena – click here
  • June 4– The O2 Arena, London – click here
  • June 14– 3Arena, Dublin – click here
  • June 15 – 3Arena, Dublin – click here
  • July 15– Newmarket Racehorses – click here
  • July 16– Edinburgh Castle Esplanade – click here

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