Olly Murs has had a busy 2019 so far, currently appearing as a judge on The Voice UK, releasing a new album and now announcing a UK tour. The singer’s album You Know I Know is out now, and his tour is titled ‘All The Hits Tour 2019’. Here are all the dates and how to get tickets for Olly Murs UK and Ireland tour.
Olly Murs has announced a 21 date tour around the United Kingdom, to celebrate the release of his sixth studio album, You Know I Know, which was released in November 2018.
The double album featured a selection of Olly’s greatest hits so far and 14 brand-new songs.
Olly rose to fame as a runner up on the 2009 series of the X Factor, and his debut single Please Don’t Let Me Go, rose straight to the top of the charts in September 2010.
His second hit thinking Of Me reached number four in November of the same year.
Olly Murs tour 2019: Olly Murs has announced a UK and Ireland tour this year
Now on his sixth album, Olly is doing a 21 date arena tour across the UK and Ireland.
Beginning on May 1, 2019, the tour will take Ollie from Aberdeen to Nottingham, Birmingham, London, Newcastle and Dublin with cities in between.
The last date is on June 7, 2019, at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester.
Tour dates across the UK and Ireland this May and June
1st May – BHGE Arena Aberdeen, UK
3rd May – Hydro Arena, Glasgow, UK
4th May – Hydro Arena, Glasgow, UK
6th May – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
7th May – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
9th May – International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
10th May – Genting Arena, Birmingham, UK
11th May – Genting Arena, Birmingham, UK
13th May – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
14th May – SSE Arena, Belfast, UK
Olly Murs tour 2019: The singer now has six studio albums
17th May – the O2, London, UK
18th May – the O2, London, UK
20th May – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
21st May – Bonus Arena, Hull, UK
23rd May – First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
24th May – FLYDSA Arena, Sheffield, UK
27th May – Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
Olly Murs tour 2019: The tour is 21 dates and tours the UK and Ireland
28th May – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
30th May – Echo Arena Liverpool, UK
31st May, Arena, Manchester, UK
7th June – Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester, UK
To get tickets, visit Olly’s official website here.