Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald has just announced her first UK tour in four years, which includes a visit to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Wednesday, 5 April.
The Mr Rock & Roll hitmaker will play a run of 13 dates in total, opening in Bristol and closing in Aberdeen in March and April 2017.
The tour will take in cities including Birmingham, Manchester, London and Dublin.
Still only 29 years old, Amy has released three albums and sold over five million records worldwide – including 1.5 million here in the UK.
She has performed to over three million people across the world and spent this summer splitting her time between the recording studio and headlining festivals across Europe.
Full details of Amy’s fourth album, along with the first new track, will be revealed later this week (check AAA for details), following sold-out shows at London’s Islington Assembly Hall tonight (Monday, 21 November) and Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket (Tuesday, 22).
Pre-sale for the 2017 tour starts on Wednesday. Fans can sign up at amymacdonald.co.uk
Tickets will go on general sale this Friday at 10am.
Full tour dates:
Tue 28 Mar 2017 Bristol Colston Hall
Wed 29 Mar 2017 York Barbican
Thu 30 Mar 2017 Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sat 01 Apr 2017 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sun 02 Apr 2017 Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
Mon 03 Apr 2017 London Royal Albert Hall
Wed 05 Apr 2017 Edinburgh Usher Hall
Thu 06 Apr 2017 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Sat 08 Apr 2017 Liverpool Philarmonic
(Sun 09 Apr 2017 Dublin Olympia Theatre)
Tue 11 Apr 2017 Newcastle City Hall
Wed 12 Apr 2017 Inverness Ironworks
Thu 13 Apr 2017 Aberdeen Beach Ballroom