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R&B star Craig David has announced a UK arena tour for 2017 – including a visit to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on April 3.
The tour will run throughout March and April of next year, and is the Grammy-nominated British singer’s biggest tour in 15 years.
Speaking about the tour, the 35-year-old said: “I’m beyond excited to announce this tour. It’s been 15 years since I did an arena tour here and I want to enjoy every single second this time around. I don’t take anything for granted and this tour honestly means the world to me.
“I feel so lucky to be able to travel the UK and Ireland and perform tracks off my new album as well as some of my classics and to invite everyone to enjoy the TS5 experience too.
“I have no words for how amazing this year has been for me and I want to thank you all for the incredible love and support you have shown me. I can’t wait to see you on tour!”
David will be touring in support of his forthcoming new album, Following My Intuition, which is due to be released on September 30.
The first new album since 2010’s Signed, Sealed, Delivered, Following My Intuition features the singles When The Bassline Drops featuring Big Narstie, Blonde collaboration Nothing Like This As, and Ain’t Giving Up with Sigala.
Tickets go sale at 10am on September 23. See the full tour dates below.
Liverpool, Echo Arena (March 18, 2017)
Bournemouth, BIC (March 19)
Plymouth, Pavilions (March 21)
Brighton, Centre (March 22)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (March 24)
London, The O2 (March 25)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (March 28)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (March 29)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (March 31)
Manchester, Arena (April 1)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro Arena (April 3)
Aberdeen, GE Oil & Gas Arena (April 4)
Belfast, SSE Arena (April 6)
Dublin, 3 Arena (April 7)