Singer-songwriter James Arthur has announced the You Up Close and Personal Tour for the autumn, while pop vocalist John Newman, most famous for his 2013 single Love Me Again, will bring his Out Of The Blue Tour to venues this summer. Singer-songwriter Marina, meanwhile, has announced the Love + Fear UK Tour Part 2 for October and November this year.
British electronic group Hot Chip will take over London’s iconic Alexandra Palace on October 26 and former Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman will bring together music and funny anecdotes on The Grumpy Old Christmas Show Tour later this year.
The singer-songwriter has lined up autumn dates for his You Up Close And Personal Tour, calling in Stoke, Southend, Manchester, Hull, Birmingham, Newcastle, Sheffield, Bath, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Reading, London, Nottingham, Carlisle, Liverpool and Glasgow between October 6 and 29. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on May 31.
The singer-songwriter will bring part two of her Love + Fear Tour to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, the O2 Apollo Manchester, Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, the Eventim Apollo in London and Brighton Centre between October 28 and November 5. The tour shares its name with Marina’s new album, which came out in April. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on May 31. Head here for pre-sale tickets.
The pop singer will bring his Out Of The Blue Tour to York, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Stoke, Cardiff, Guildford, Brighton, Bournemouth, Margate, Nottingham, Hull and London, where he’ll play the Lexington, this summer. Tickets go on sale at 10am on May 31.
The band, who are set to release ‘Bath Full Of Ecstasy’ on June 21, will finish up the album’s accompanying tour with a show at Alexandra Palace, London on October 26. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on May 31, priced from £33.70 including fees.
The former Yes keyboardist will bring together music and funny anecdotes on The Grumpy Old Christmas Show Tour later this year, calling at London’s Cadogan Hall before heading to Watford, Birmingham, Harrogate, Buxton, Poole, Liverpool, and Manchester, wrapping up at the Royal Northern College of Music on December 19. Tickets are on sale now.
A total of 38 dates have been confirmed for the comedian’s Off The Telly Tour, his first stand-up run in six years, beginning on September 11 at Tewkesbury’s Roses Theatre and running through to early December. Tickets are on sale now.
Also announced this week:
Madonna, Orla Gartland, Jamie Cullum, the Kooks, Quadrophenia, Rod Stewart, Chase Rice, Jake Shears, the Bootleg Beatles, Ben Elton, Pup, Foy Vance, the Wonder Stuff, Tacocat, the Pale White, You Me At Six, Lamb, White Lies, Haywyre, Pulled Apart By Horses and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.