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Roy Orbison In Dreams: The Hologram Tour To Launch In Spring

Friday, 20 October 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

A holographic Roy Orbison will perform his biggest hits backed by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at venues across the UK next spring.

Roy Orbison In Dreams: The Hologram Tour will recreate the legendary icon through holographic imaging at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena, Birmingham's Genting Arena, Manchester's O2 Apollo, Edinburgh Playhouse, Glasgow's SEC Armadillo, Leeds' First Direct Arena, Nottingham's Royal Centre, Liverpool's Echo Arena, London's Eventim Apollo and Bournemouth International Centre between April 8 and 20.

The tour will expand to include additional countries around the globe later in 2018. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on October 27. 

Ahead of the UK dates, Sony Music will release 'A Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra' on November 3.

Roy Orbison Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun April 08 2018 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Mon April 09 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
Wed April 11 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Thu April 12 2018 - EDINBURGH Playhouse
Fri April 13 2018 - GLASGOW SEC Armadillo
Sat April 14 2018 - LEEDS first direct Arena
Mon April 16 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Centre
Tue April 17 2018 - LIVERPOOL Echo 2
Wed April 18 2018 - LONDON Eventim Apollo
Fri April 20 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH BIC

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