Pianist, bandleader, singer, composer, television presenter and multiplatinum recording artist Jools Holland returns this year for his thirty-one date Autumn/Winter Tour across the UK and Ireland, including two annual dates at London’s famous Royal Albert Hall. A series of intimate shows in iconic venues accompanied by special guests, these gigs are not to be missed. Ivor Novello-winning KT Tunstall will join Jools on selected dates and in the accompaniment of the sound of Jools’ unforgettable Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.


Jools Holland with be performing tracks spanning his entire solo carer as well as songs taken from his new duets album ‘Sirens Of Song’, released November 2014. With a catalogue that reaches through decades a night with Jools Holland will bring you the greatest boogie-woogie party in town.


Tickets are on sale at 9:00am, Wednesday 4 February. Spring/Summer dates are currently on sale, with more to be announced soon.


For details and tickets go to www.joolsholland.com/tourdates or via Seetickets on 0871 220 0260.


KT Tunstall will be joining Jools and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra for a total of nineteen dates (including the Royal Albert Hall) making for a very exciting addition to the line-up. The BRIT-award winning Scottish singer-songwriter has sold over 4 millions records and boasts an impressive catalogue of hit singles including ‘Suddenly I See’, ‘Black Horse And The Cherry Tree’ and ‘Other Side Of The World’. She originally broke into the music scene in 2004 when she performed live on “Later… With Jools Holland” and appears on Jools’ recent album Sirens Of Song (2014) on the track ‘Night And Day’.


Also featuring the astounding vocals power of Ruby Turner, the soulful tones of Louise Marshall, stunning sounds of Mabel Ray and the tireless drums of original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis, along with the inimitable musicianship of the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Jools’ boogie-woogie party is not to be missed!

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Fri 23​​Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Sat 24​​Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Sun 25​​Sligo, Knocknerea Arena


Thurs 29​Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

Fri 30​​Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

Sat 31​​Ipswich, Regent Theatre



Sun 1​​Oxford, New Theatre

Thurs 5​​Stoke, Regent Theatre

Fri 6​​Guildford, G Live

Sat 7​​Portsmouth, Guildhall

Sun 8​​Southampton, Mayflower

Thurs 12​Watford, Colosseum

Fri 13​​Bradford, St. George’s Hall

Sat 14​​York, Barbican

Sat 15​​Harrogate, International Centre

Thurs 19​Reading, Hexagon (with KT Tunstall)

Fri 20​​Cheltenham. Centaur (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 21​​Nottingham, Royal Centre (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 22​​Sheffield, City Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Wed 25​Northampton, Derngate (with KT Tunstall)

Thurs 26​Leicester, De Montfort Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Fri 27​​London, Royal Albert Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 28 ​​London, Royal Albert Hall (with KT Tunstall)



Wed 2​​Newcastle, City Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Thurs 3​​Newcastle, City Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Fri 4​​Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 5​​Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium (with KT Tunstall)

Fri 11​​Plymouth, Pavilions (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 12​​Brighton, Centre (with KT Tunstall)

Sun 13​​Bristol, Colston Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Thurs 17​Birmingham, Symphony Hall (with KT Tunstall)

Fri 18​​Bournemouth, International Centre (with KT Tunstall)

Sat 19​​Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (with KT Tunstall)

Sun 20​​Manchester, O2 Apollo (with KT Tunstall)