Deacon Blue announce 2023 UK and Ireland tour: dates, presale info and ticket prices
Deacon Blue have announced a huge 2023 UK and Ireland tour – and tickets go on sale soon.
The band will perform their greatest hits in a special two-part show next September and October.
Fans can get their hands on tickets from 9am on 18 November via Ticketmaster.
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The tour will kick off in Liverpool on 15 September and head to the likes of Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff and London’s Royal Albert Hall.
They’ll also visit venues in Ireland, with dates planned for Dublin and Belfast, before finishing up in their native with shows in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
It’s part of the All The Old 45s Tour which will see them dig out “the Top 10s, the favourites, the sing-a-long rarities”.
The group will perform two sets, with no support. The first half will be an intimate acoustic show, and then they’ll go electric for a trip across their hits.
Fans can expect to the hear the likes of their debut single, “Dignity”, as well as “Real Gone Kid”, “Your Town”, “Fergus Sings the Blues” and “Wages Day”.
“Yes, we intend to play all – or nearly all – the old 45s, but we also want the first half of the evening to be an intimate acoustic performance, the band gathered round the piano with acoustic guitars and whatever Dougie decides to hit,” said frontman Ricky Ross.
He added: “We’ll play some album tracks and reinterpret a few favourites from the back catalogue.”
You can find out the full tour schedule, how to get tickets and pricing info below.
How to get Deacon Blue tickets
They go on general sale at 9am on 18 November via Ticketmaster.
A presale is currently taking place for those signed up to the group’s fan club and you’ll receive a code to access tickets early.
They’re priced at £46.01 / £57.31 including fees.
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
What are the tour dates?
- 15 September – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
- 17 September – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
- 18 September – Sheffield, City Hall
- 20 September – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
- 21 September – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
- 23 September – Cardiff, International Arena
- 24 September – Plymouth, Pavilions
- 25 September – Portsmouth, Guildhall
- 27 September – London, Royal Albert Hall
- 28 September – Bournemouth, International Centre
- 30 September – Brighton, Brighton Centre
- 2 October – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre
- 4 October – Belfast, SSE Arena
- 6 October – Manchester, AO Arena
- 7 October – Hull, Bonus Arena
- 8 October – Leeds, First Direct Arena
- 10-11 October – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
- 13 October – Aberdeen, P&J Live
- 14 October – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
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