DEACON BLUE ANNOUNCE 11 DATE UK TOUR FOR 2016!

Deacon Blue make their return to the live stage in 2016 with some of the biggest shows of their continued resurgence, including two nights at Glasgow’s prestigious Royal Concert Hall, a date at London’s Royal Festival Hall and shows across the UK and Ireland taking in arenas in Liverpool and Aberdeen. 

Following their triumphant comeback four years ago, Deacon Blue have gone from strength to strength, with sold out tours in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

 

Alongside over six million album sales, twelve UK Top 40 singles and two UK Number One albums, Deacon Blue are also one of the most passionate live bands around.

 

The tour announcement coincides with the 25th Anniversary of their platinum selling 1991 album ‘Fellow Hoodlums’ which includes Top 10 hit and live favourite ‘Twist & Shout’ and the beautiful ‘Your Swaying Arms’.

 

Tickets are on sale from the 29th January

 

TOUR DATES:

 

NOVEMBER 2016

Monday ​14th Nov ​Newcastle ​City Hall

Tuesday ​15th Nov ​Nottingham ​Royal Concert Hall

Wednesday ​16th Nov ​London ​Royal Festival Hall

Friday ​18th Nov ​Bristol ​Colston Hall

Saturday ​19th Nov ​Plymouth ​Pavilions

Sunday ​20th Nov ​Brighton ​Centre

Tuesday ​22nd Nov ​Cardiff ​St. David’s Hall

Wednesday ​23rd Nov ​Manchester ​Bridgewater Hall

Friday ​25th Nov ​Birmingham ​Symphony Hall

Saturday ​26th Nov ​Liverpool ​Echo Arena

Monday ​28th Nov ​Sheffield ​City Hall

 

Ticketmaster 0844 844 0444

 

If you wish to find out more about Deacon Blue please visit their website, You Tube Channel, or Facebook links below:

 

http://www.deaconblue.com/

http://www.youtube.com/user/DeaconBlueMusic

http://www.facebook.com/deaconbluemusic

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