Olly Murs announces huge UK arena tour including Manchester date
Look who's back.
Olly Murs is back (did he ever go away? Apparently so) with a new album and a massive UK arena tour.
The former X Factor alumni will be heading up to Manchester for a night on his 2023 tour.
Now newly-signed with EMI Records, Olly is set to release his first studio album in more than four years, with Marry Me scheduled for release on 2 December.
The first single from his seventh album is Die Of a Broken Heart.
Olly says of his new song: “It has that steel drum at the intro, which just gets in your head straight away. It has a very Gotye, ‘Somebody I Used to Know’ feel to it, with a touch of The Police – and just a coolness to it. That really excited me.”
The singer burst into the scene with a self-titled debut back in 2010, which went double-platinum, and went on to have four number one singles and four number one albums in near back-to-back succession.
Although Olly’s TV career has continued at pace – he’s been the host of ITV’s Starstruck and a judge on The Voice – he’s been off the radar of the music industry for more than four years.
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He is promising to have people ‘dancing – if not proposing – in the aisles next year’ when he returns to the live touring circuit.
The 12-date tour includes a night at the O2 in London, and will be supported by Scouting For Girls.
Tickets for Olly’s 2023 UK arena tour are available via pre-sale on Wednesday 12 October for anyone who pre-orders the album, and on general sale Friday 14 October at 9am HERE.
Full dates for Olly Murs’ 2023 arena tour
Fri 21st Glasgow, OVO Hydro
Sat 22nd Newcastle, Utilita Arena
Mon 24th Cardiff, International Arena
Thu 27th Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
Fri 28th Leeds, First Direct Arena
Sat 29th London, The O2
Mon 1st Bournemouth, International Centre
Tue 2nd Brighton, Brighton Centre
Thu 4th Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
Fri 5th Manchester AO Arena
Sat 6th Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
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