To celebrate his 75th birthday next year, Cliff Richard today announces a 2015 UK tour, Cliff will stop at eight UK cities with the tour culminating in five nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Cliff Richard – 75th Birthday Tour
September 2015
Tuesday 29th Birmingham Symphony Hall

October 2015
Thursday 1st Sheffield City Hall
Saturday 3rd Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Sunday 4th Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Tuesday 6th Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Wednesday 7th Newcastle City Hall
Friday 9th Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Monday 12th London Royal Albert Hall
Tuesday 13th London Royal Albert Hall
Wednesday 14th London Royal Albert Hall
Friday 16th London Royal Albert Hall (Exclusive Newmarket night)
Saturday 17th London Royal Albert Hall

A two day exclusive Fan Club’s Pre-Sale will go on sale 9am on Thursday 30th October, with General On Sale starting at 9am on Saturday 1st November. Travel Inclusive packages for the exclusive Newmarket night at Royal Albert Hall on Friday 16th October 2015 will go on sale on Thursday 16th October 2014, with general on sale beginning at 9am on Saturday 1st November 2014.

All tickets priced £85 / £80 / £75 / £65 / £62 / £45 / £25 in London and £75 / £65 regionally (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) will be available from, and (London tickets only).

Celebrating his 56th anniversary in the music business this year, Cliff Richard is indisputably Britain’s all-time greatest hit-maker – the ultimate pop star! No other UK band or solo artist is even close to equalling his 100 album releases, 123 single hits, or can claim to have occupied a place in our charts for the equivalent of over 20 years!

Highlights of this remarkable career are too numerous to mention, but successful films, musicals, concert tours and television shows have all contributed to the Cliff Richard legend.

Amidst a flurry of publicity Cliff released his 100th album ‘The Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll Songbook’ on 11 November 2013. This studio album of 15 great rock ‘n’ roll tracks was recorded live at the Blackbird Studio and The Parlor in Nashville, Tennessee, and is Cliff’s tribute to the greats of rock ‘n’ roll who inspired and influenced him, such as Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly. Sir Cliff released his debut album in 1959, and has since released 46 studio albums, seven soundtracks, 11 live albums and 35 compilations.

Cliff’s knighthood, bestowed in the 1995 Birthday Honours for his tireless charity work, was the first such to be given to a pop star. His practical support of so many good causes reflects the reality of his deep Christian commitment, which began in the mid-1960’s, and which, despite the media critics who claimed it was a passing fad or a publicity gimmick, has been the motivating force in his life ever since.


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