Gary Barlow announces two Irish dates as part of solo UK and Ireland tour
Take That's Gary Barlow has just announced a solo UK and Ireland tour with 33 dates across 24 venues.
He will play one date at Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre on Thursday May 10 and INEC Killarney on Saturday May 12, 2018.
The tour will see him playing smaller venues, something he says he's looking forward to because it brings him "so much closer to the fans".
"The audience always seem to love the intimacy of it all too. I’m also really looking forward to playing in a couple of cities I’ve never played before as well as getting a chance to meet the fans there," he says.
Gary last toured as a solo artist in 2014 and his last solo record Since I Saw You Last sold 600,000 copies.
Tickets for his Irish dates go on sale on Friday October 20 at 10am.
Full list of tour dates:
16th April – Edinburgh – Playhouse
17th April – Edinburgh – Playhouse
19th April – Perth – Concert Hall
20th April – Dundee – Caird Hall
21st April – Aberdeen – BHGE Arena
23rd April – Hull – City Hall
24th April – Hull – City Hall
26th April – Leicester – De Montfort Hall
27th April – Blackpool – Opera House
30th April – Sunderland – Empire
1st May – Sunderland – Empire
3rd May – Manchester – O2 Apollo
4th May – Manchester – O2 Apollo
8th May – Belfast – Waterfront
10th May – Dublin – BGE Theatre
12th May – Killarney, The INEC
14th May – Brighton, Centre
15th May – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
17th May – London – Palladium
18th May – London – Palladium
21st May – Llandudno, Cymru Arena
22nd May – Llandudno, Cymru Arena
24th May – Halifax – Victoria Theatre
25th May – Nottingham – Royal Concert Hall
26th May – Nottingham – Royal Concert Hall
28th May – Isle of Man – Villa Marina
29th May – Isle of Man – Villa Marina
31st May – Southend – Cliffs Pavilion
1st June – Bournemouth – Intl Centre
4th June – Sheffield – City Hall
5th June – Sheffield – City Hall
8th June – Thetford Forest
9th June – Delamere Forest
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