Bolton comedian Peter Kay will be opening Co-op Live in Manchester, becoming the first act to perform there.

With details of the first show at the arena being released, you might be wondering how to get tickets and how much they will set you back.

Kay is currently on tour with shows happening across the UK and dates running until 2025.

How to get tickets to Peter Kay’s Co-Op Live show

If you’d like to be there for the opening of Co-op Live and see Peter Kay live, here’s how you can get tickets.

Tickets are available from multiple ticket companies, including SeeTickets and the Co-op Live website.

The Co-op pre-sale will mean tickets become available at 10am on Wednesday, February 21 while general sale will begin at the same time on Friday, February 23. Ticketmaster is selling tickets at the same times on the same dates.

The arena's website explains that fans can become Co-op members and download the app to “get first in line for tickets”.

How much are Peter Kay tickets for the Co-op Live show?

SeeTickets is beginning its sale of tickets on Friday, February 23 at 10am and it has detailed how much tickets will cost on its website.

These prices may differ to other ticket outlets.

The Peter Kay Live – Best Seat Package includes a top price seated ticket for the show, a limited edition Peter Kay gift, a Peter Kay tour programme and VIP Peter Kay laminate and lanyard and will set you back £151.20.

Seated tickets are available at three price points: £74.50, £58 and £41.50.

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Gary Roden, Executive Director and General Manager, Co-op Live, said: "When you think of Manchester, it’s hard not to think of Peter Kay.

“He embodies what this city is about, and to have him headlining Co-op Live is tremendously exciting.

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“We’re creating an arena that is truly part of the community around it, and having Peter as our opening act is a perfect reminder of that.”

Co-op Live is aiming to become Europe’s most sustainable arena – it will be 100% electric, include rainwater recycling technology and operate with reusable cups to significantly reduce plastic usage across the site.

In line with and supporting Co-op’s core brand values, the venue’s ‘Gigs that Give Back’ will generate at least £1 million annually for the Co-op Foundation to support causes on a local and national scale, including delivering on its new youth-led strategy.