Since his massive Tuskeegee Tour in 2012 delighted audiences across Europe, today the multi-platinum selling artist Lionel Richie announced he is set to return for a 31-date tour early next year.
The five-time GRAMMY winner and international superstar launched his current tour in the US in September 2013. Since then he has played an incredible 70 shows in stadiums, arenas and festivals (2014 saw Lionel headline the Bonnaroo Festival in the US) across North America, Oceania and Asia winning rave reviews everywhere he goes.
Speaking about bringing his tour to Europe Lionel said:
"I can't wait to get back to the UK. The audiences are always so great and I always have an incredible time when I'm in the United Kingdom. The show feels like a great big sing-along most nights so I'm looking forward to singing along with the people of the UK again!"
Lionel's shows feature songs from one of the most loved repertoires in music spanning his entire career from the Commodores through to the present day. The tour has received incredible reactions from fans all over the world. Lionel's performances have become renowned for being much more than just a concert - reviewers around the world have commented on the unique party atmosphere he creates as he unites the audience with songs like "Dancing On The Ceiling", "Say You, Say Me", "Hello", "Three Times A Lady", "Easy" and "All Night Long". The show really does deliver on its promise of ALL THE HITS ALL NIGHT LONG.
The tour is a celebration of Lionel's incredible career. He has sold over 100 million albums worldwide whilst receiving prestigious awards along the way including GRAMMYs, American Music Awards, a Golden Globe and even an Oscar.
Tickets for the NIA date will be on general sale from Friday 26th September priced at £28.82, £45.70, £62.57 & £73.82 (includes admin fee & £0.70 renovation levy) + £2.55 fulfilment fee.
UK Ticket Information
Saturday 28th February Manchester Arena 0844 847 8000
Sunday 1st March The O2, London 0844 856 0202
Wednesday 4th March First Direct Arena, Leeds 0844 248 1585
Friday 6th March The SSE Hydro, Glasgow 0844 395 4000
Saturday 7th March Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle 0844 493 6666
Friday 13th March Echo Arena, Liverpool 0844 8000 400
Saturday 14th March NIA, Birmingham 0844 338 8000
Monday 16th March Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff 029 2022 4488
Tuesday 17th March Capital FM Arena, Nottingham 0843 373 3000
VIP Ticket Experiences Call: 08444 721 222
Full Tour dates:
Thursday 5th February Ziggodome, Amsterdam
Saturday 7th February KoPi Arena, Oberhausen
Sunday 8th February TUI Arena, Hannover
Tuesday 10th February Arena, Nurnberg
Wednesday 11th February Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart
Friday 13th February MediolanumForum, Milan
Saturday 14th February Stadthalle, Vienna
Monday 16th February Festhalle, Frankfurt
Tuesday 17th February O2 World, Berlin
Thursday 19th February O2 World, Hamburg
Saturday 21st February Falconer Theatre, Copenhagen
Sunday 22nd February Ericsson Globe, Stockholm
Tuesday 24th February Lanxess Arena, Koln
Saturday 28th February Manchester Arena
Sunday 1st March The O2, London
Wednesday 4th March First Direct Arena, Leeds
Friday 6th March The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Saturday 7th March Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Tuesday 10th March Odyssey Arena, Belfast
Wednesday 11th March 3Arena, Dublin
Friday 13th March Echo Arena, Liverpool
Saturday 14th March NIA, Birmingham
Monday 16th March Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Tuesday 17th March Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
Thursday 19th March Sportpaleis, Antwerp
Saturday 21st March Sporting Club, Monte Carlo
Monday 23rd March Hallenstadion, Zurich
Tuesday 24th March Olympiahalle, Munich
Thursday 26th March Arena Leipzig, Leipzig
Friday 27th March Rockhal, Luxembourg
Sunday 29th March Le Zenith, Paris
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