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10 December 2014
TICKETS: £44.80 to £100.80
Buy tour tickets to see André Rieu at Capital FM Arena Nottingham in December, 2014. The price you see above includes a 12% administration fee and is the total cost that you will pay per ticket.
Please note, there is a maximum of 8 tickets per person for this event.
Violin master and three-time Classic BRIT Award winner André Rieu is delighted to announce his return to the UK and Ireland in December 2014 with a date at Capital FM Arena Nottingham on 10 December.
Rieu's last UK & Ireland concert series in December 2013 were a huge success with all 14 concerts sold out.
André said: "The British and Irish are really a fantastic audience. Their sense of humour and enthusiasm are unmatched. For my orchestra and me it's really like being amongst friends. Every year we welcome more and more British at our home concert in Maastricht. And even there they create this unforgettable atmosphere. So we are looking forward to coming back."
You can book online, through our Ticket Hotline on 0843 373 3000 or you can call into the Capital FM Arena Nottingham Box Office, Bolero Square, The Lace Market Nottingham, NG1 1LA, which is open 9am - 9pm seven days a week.
For groups of ten or more, send us an enquiry and a member of our team will contact you shortly to discuss your requirements in more detail.
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Relive the Moment
Did you know that André Rieu has been to our arena before? It’s true, they were the hottest tickets in town! Relive the moment right here...
Following the runaway success of his UK tour in December 2012, the violin master is returned to the UK and Ireland. Andre Rieu visited the Capital FM Arena with a brand new show on 12 & 20 December 2013.
The dates were part of Rieu's international "And The Waltz Goes On Tour", named after his successful album collaboration with Sir Anthony Hopkins.
According to Rieu it’s all about the music – particularly the waltz: "Every night when I play around the whole world, I see with my own eyes what the waltz does to the audience. People get out of their seats and waltz in the aisles spontaneously. That is why this tour is an ode to the waltz!"
The maestro and his orchestra performed beautiful waltzes and much more; from famous Viennese operettas to film scores, spirituals to musicals, and from folk songs to marches. Rieu's concerts are a perfect mix of thrilling, romantic, festive and emotional melodies combined with surprises, balloons, beautiful soloists and of course Rieu's great sense of humour.