Billy Bragg has introduced a UK and Eire tour to mark his 40 years in music – discover all the main points under.
The singer-songwriter and left-wing activist is because of hit the highway this autumn following the discharge of his forthcoming career-spanning boxset ‘The Roaring Forty’, which is out on October 27.
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Kicking off in Brighton on November 14, Bragg’s 2023 tour can even embody reveals in Portsmouth, Cambridge, Cork, Dublin, Belfast, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh and Manchester all through that month.
In December, the artist will head to Gateshead, Nottingham and Bristol earlier than finishing the stint with a gig at The Roundhouse in Camden City, London.
“Doesn’t appear to be simply that way back that I used to be taking part in Thursday nights on the Tunnel in Greenwich, opening for whoever was headlining that night time,” Bragg stated in a press release. “I discovered my chops there in late ’82/ early ’83 and I’m nonetheless placing these classes to good use 40 years later.”
He added: “Hope to see a few of you on the Roaring Forty tour this autumn.”
Happy to announce UK and IE dates for The Roaring Forty Tour.
Pre-order the album from the official retailer by 5pm March twenty seventh to achieve entry to pre-sale tickets – https://t.co/BuRCFT8RJS
Normal on sale thirty first March at 10am#TheRoaringForty #BB40 pic.twitter.com/Zism1IeaEN
— Billy Bragg (@billybragg) March 21, 2023
Tickets for Bragg’s 2023 UK and Eire tour go on basic sale at 10am BST subsequent Friday (March 31) – you’ll have the ability to purchase yours right here. Alternatively, you possibly can entry a pre-sale by pre-ordering ‘The Roaring Forty’ right here.
See the total stay itinerary under.
14 – Dome, Brighton
15 – Guildhall, Portsmouth
16 – Corn Alternate, Cambridge
20 – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
21 – The Nationwide Live performance Corridor, Dublin
22 – Mandela Corridor, Belfast
24 – Tramshed, Cardiff
25 – City Corridor, Birmingham
26 – O2 Academy, Leeds
28 – Usher Corridor, Edinburgh
30 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
1 – Sage, Gateshead
2 – Rock Metropolis, Nottingham
5 – Beacon, Bristol
6 – The Roundhouse, London