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The Shires announce mega 25-date UK tour for spring 2020

26 November 2019 Featured news Tour News


The Shires have announced that they will be touring the UK across April, May and June 2020, with 25 dates pencilled in to tour their upcoming new album, ‘Good Years’. Tickets go on sale at 10am on November 27.

‘Good Years’ represents the fourth full length studio record from The Shires and their first with BMG following their move to the label earlier this year, with the album being released on March 13. You can pre-order the record here.

The duo – made up of Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes – are the UK’s best selling country act, with all three of their previous albums hitting the top spot in the UK Country Album Charts, while ‘My Universe’ and ‘Accidentally on Purpose’ both peaked at Number Three in the UK Album Charts.

Earlier this year, The Shires headlined Black Deer Festival on the Sunday night, bringing the festival to a close.

The Shires will be playing:

April 27 – Weymouth Pavilion, Weymouth, England
April 28 – Princess Theatre, Torquay, England
April 29 – Victoria Hall, Stoke, England
May 1 – Engine Shed, Lincoln, England
May 4 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England
May 5 – Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, Wales
May 6 – G Live, Guildford, England
May 8 – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, England
May 9 – Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England
May 10 – Royal Centre, Nottingham, England
May 12 – Sands Centre, Carlisle, England
May 13 – Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland
May 14 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh, Scotland
May 15 – The Sage, Gateshead, England
May 17 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich, England
May 19 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England
May 20 – Barbican, York, England
May 22 – New Theatre, Oxford, England
May 23 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England
May 24 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff, Wales
May 26 – The Anvil, Basingstoke, England
May 27 – London Palladium, London, England
June 2 – Brighton Dome, Brighton, England
June 3 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, England
June 4 – Bedford Corn Exchange, Bedford, England