David Essex to embark on 18-date UK tour, here's how to get tickets

David Essex to embark on 18-date UK tour, here's how to get tickets

Grammy-nominated singer, composer and actor heads out across the UK next October

David Essex has announced he will head out on an 18-date tour of the UK throughout October 2020. Tickets for all shows go on sale at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

The Grammy-nominated singer, composer and actor will perform music from his extensive body of work. Across 33 albums he has attained 19 Top 40 singles in the UK, including No.1 hits 'Gonna Make You a Star' in 1974 and 'Hold Me Close' in 1975. David Essex's legendary single 'Rock On' was certified gold and nominated for a Grammy in 1974.

Alongside his prolific music career, Essex has starred in multiple musicals such as The War of the Worlds, Mutiny!, Evita and Boogie Nights 2. Now he takes to the road to perform hits from his five-decade-long career.

The tour kicks off on Fri 2 Oct at Cliffs Pavilion in Southend before shows in Oxford, Nottingham, Liverpool, Glasgow and more. The tour comes to an end on Sun 25 Oct at Southampton's Mayflower.

David Essex 2020 UK tour dates:
Fri 2 Oct – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Sat 3 Oct – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Sun 4 Oct – New Theatre, Oxford
Tue 6 Oct – Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno
Wed 7 Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Fri 9 Oct – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sat 10 Oct – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Sun 11 Oct – The Lowry, Salford
Tue 13 Oct – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Wed 14 Oct – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
Fri 16 Oct – City Hall, Sheffield
Sat 17 Oct – Brighton Centre, Brighton
Mon 19 Oct – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
Tue 20 Oct – London Palladium, London
Wed 21 Oct – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Fri 23 Oct – Bath Forum, Bath
Sat 24 Oct – Bournemouth International Centre
Sun 25 Oct – Southampton Mayflower

Tickets for David Essex's 2020 UK tour are available at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

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