Deep Purple UK Tour 2015

December 3rd 2015. O2 Arena, London.  Tickets now on sale. £59.15 inc booking fees.

We also now have the October / November / December 2015 European tour list on the site at the 2015 gig list page.  Thanks to Lutz Reinert for the extra information (and detective work!).


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13 Responses to “Deep Purple UK Tour 2015”

  1. Graham Cooke Says:

    As someone who has been a fan of Purple since 1972 and have attended British tours since 1973 (including 1976 at Wembley) and have enjoyed taking my son to Purple gigs on each tour since 2007, I am appalled at the announcement of just one British concert, and that a year hence. If that is how the band and the management view British fans then it’s a sad day.

  2. Michael Suilleabhain Says:

    Is it possible to book a meet & greet/VIP tickets available for the 3rd December 2015 gig at O2.

  3. Mark Maddock Says:


  4. Dick Pimple Says:

    Shouldn’t it read ‘Deep Purple UK date’?

  5. Les Hedger Says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice if some of these shows had a re-formed Rainbow as co-headliner?

  6. Mark Woodhead Says:

    One Date! That’s not a tour!

  7. kevinpratt2013 Says:

    Just booked the O2. £1 per ticket ‘facility fee’ (wtf?) plus a £7 service charge (WTF?) on top of £45 ticket price and £2.75 post. I say again, but louder: W-T-F?!? When did going to a gig turn into giving someone an interest-free 12-month loan?

  8. Ronnie Says:

    Is the O2 literally the only date for the UK in 2015? If so then that is hardly a UK tour and personally I find that to be an appalling lack of care for the British fans!

    • simon robinson Says:

      It is all we’ve heard of. I suppose they’ll add a second date if the first sells out, but it’s a big ask. People who have been to the O2 before suggest trying to get seats in the arena as the raked areas can feel very distant.

  9. Danny Fox Says:

    Hardly a UK tour, and I assume this will be to promote the new album. I’m frankly surprised they still book themselves into the O2, Hammersmith and such like are much more suitable. We live in hope.

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