Olly Murs will be heading out on a tour of the UK in 2019, in support of his new album ‘You Know I Know’, which is due to be released on the 9th of November 201. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9:30am, on Friday the 12th of October. Murs’ 16-date tour will see the star kick start his tour in Aberdeen, on the 1st of May 2019 and he will bring it to a close in Gloucester, on the 7th of June 2019.
“Can’t wait for you to hear some new music but can’t forget the Golden Oldies,” says Murs, in a social media message. He continued: “These are all brand new tracks that only I KNOW and Shaggy, Snoop Dogg and Nile Rodgers might know some too, big love to you all for working on this album with me. The new music will make you MOVE.”
The X Factor runner-up has since gone on to have four UK Number 1 singles and five multi-platinum albums. He has also appeared on numerous TV and is currently a coach on The Voice UK. The Essex-born star has teamed up with some famous faces on his new album, ‘You Know I Know’. Disc one, of the new album, features 14 new songs including the lead single Moves ft. Snoop Dogg and the title track ft. Shaggy, plus other new tunes with titles such as ‘Love Me Again’, ‘Maria’ and ‘Footsteps’.
Disc two of ‘You Know I Know’ is made up of Murs’ biggest smash hits, including his four UK Number 1 singles ‘Please Don’t Let Me Go’, ‘Heart Skips A Beat’, ‘Dance With Me Tonight’ and ‘Troublemaker’. Murs’ most recent release, ‘Moves’, which is co-written by Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac, features in the end credits of upcoming spy spoof film ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’, and it also features hip-hip heavyweight Snoop Dogg and has already received over 1 million plays on Spotify.
Olly Murs UK Tour Dates 2019:
01/05/2019 – BHGE Arena – Aberdeen
03/05 – SSE Hydro – Glasgow
06/05 – Capital Arena Nottingham
09/05 – Bournemouth International Centre – Bournemouth
10/05 – Genting Arena – Birmingham
13/05 – 3Arena – Dublin
14/05 – SSE Arena – Belfast
16/05 – The O2 – London
17/05 The O2 – London
20/05 – Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle
23/05 – First Direct Arena – Leeds
24/05 – Sheffield Arena – Sheffield
28/05 – Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff
30/05 – Echo Arena – Liverpool
31/05 – Manchester Arena – Manchester
07/06 – The Kingsholm Stadium – Gloucester