Tuesday, 26 May, 2020

Conor Maynard announces his return to the UK with a headline tour

English singer-songwriter Conor Maynard has announced a UK and European tour for October 2019.

Fresh from his Broadway run in Kinky Boots and the release of his 2018 global smash hit single ‘Whenever’, Conor Maynard announces his return to the UK and Europe with a headline tour which kicks off in Stockholm on 5 October.

The tour stops in Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Paris before hitting U.K. cities in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London, wrapping at The Academy, Dublin in Ireland on 26 October.

Conor has been busy working on new music for his brand new album over the past year in Los Angeles, and is set to be released soon, in the run-up to his tour.

Conor’s 2012 debut single, ‘Can’t Say No’ entered the UK chart at no.2 and his debut album hit the No.1 spot.

In his spare time, Connor is currently one of the biggest acts on YouTube, with more than 8 million YouTube subscribers, amassing 1.5 billion views.

UK and European Tour Dates

05 October 2019: Stockholm, Sweden – Klubben
06 October 2019: Oslo, Norway – Vulkan
07 October 2019: Copenhagen, Denmark – Lille Vega
09 October 2019: Berlin, Germany – Columbia Theatre
10 October 2019: Munich, Germany – Technikum
12 October 2019: Cologne, Germany – Kantine
13 October 2019: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg Old Hall
15 October 2019: Antwerp, Belgium – Zappa
16 October 2019: Paris, France – Alhambra
20 October 2019: Glasgow, U.K. – SWG3
21 October 2019: Manchester U.K. – O2 Ritz
23 October 2019: Birmingham, U.K. – O2 Institute
24 October 2019: London, U.K. – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
26 October 2019: Dublin, Ireland – The Academy

Tickets for Conor Maynard’s hugely anticipated UK and European tour go on-sale to the general public on Thursday 9 May at 9am at LiveNation.co.uk.

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