Tickets ON SALE For Tour Championship in Manchester
Snooker’s Tour Championship is heading to Manchester Central for the first time next season, and fans now have the chance to book tickets to see one of the sport’s biggest tournaments at an iconic venue.
The tournament will run from April 1st to 7th in 2024, featuring the top 12 players from the one-year ranking list.
Tickets start from just £20 which is sensational value to see the best players on the planet battling for a prestigious title. Fans can book seats for both sessions of the final day for £85. For all ticket details and prices CLICK HERE. Book fast because many sessions will sell out quickly.
The Tour Championship, televised by ITV and a range of other broadcasters worldwide, is the third and final event in the Players Series and brings together the best of the season on current form.
Manchester Central is a renowned venue in the heart of the city, with history dating back over 140 years, as it was originally the city’s main railway station, before being developed into a fabulous location for events.
WST Chairman Steve Dawson said: “This will be the first ranking event staged in the North West of England for four years so it’s an incredible opportunity for fans in the region to watch the world’s leading stars and enjoy the incredible atmosphere and experience that only snooker can provide. Everyone on our tour looks forward to staging this event at Manchester Central for the first time as we believe that it can become one of the best locations on our global circuit.”
About Manchester Central
Manchester Central is one of the UK’s largest and most versatile event venues. Situated in the heart of Manchester and intrinsic to the region’s business community, the venue attracts over half a million visitors to the city each year, bringing approximately £150m into the local economy (Greater Manchester) in an average year.
With over 23,000m² of space and a capacity of over 10,000, Manchester Central hosts a unique array of events from intimate small business meetings to high-profile, large-scale conferences, sporting competitions, public exhibitions, political party conferences and large-scale international trade shows.
For more information, visit www.manchestercentral.co.uk