Country star Charlie Landsborough announces Irish tour
Country star Charlie Landsborough has announced an Irish tour for January.
The tour kicks off in Derry on January 15 and wraps in Drogheda on the 28th. Tickets are on sale now.
Charlie has toured the UK and Ireland twice a year since 1995 building up a loyal fanbase and he credits an appearance on Kenny Live in 1995, during which he performed his hit What Colour is the Wind, with kicking off his career in Ireland.
The appearance led to the song, which tells the story of a young blind child's attempts to envision the world, hitting number one in the Irish charts, knocking Garth Brooks from the top spot and beating The Chieftains and Celine Dion.
The full list of dates for Charlie's Irish tour:
Mon. 15th January 2018 Millennium Forum, Derry
Tues. 16th & Wed. 17th January 2018 Grand Opera House, Belfast
Thurs. 18th January 2018 Strule Arts Centre, Omagh
Fri. 19th January 2018 Market Place Theatre, Armagh
Sat. 20th January 2018 Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo
Sun. 21st January 2018 Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Athlone
Tues. 23rd January 2018 National Concert Hall, Dublin
Wed. 24th January 2018 Mullingar Arts Centre, Mullingar
Thurs. 25th January 2018 Lough Rea Hotel, Galway
Fri. 26th January 2018 Theatre Royal, Waterford
Sat. 27th January 2018 – Visual, Carlow
Sun. 28th January 2018 – Tommy Leddy Theatre, Drogheda