Irish Country Star Nathan Carter Announces UK Tour

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Following a very successful 2016, Nathan Carter is set to take the UK by storm as he embarks on a tour next month.

Last year, Nathan Carter released his eighth studio album, titled Stayin’ Up All Night. The country star managed to make his way to #1 on Ireland’s album charts, beating both Beyoncé and Drake.

The charismatic performer of hits including ‘Wagon Wheel’ and ‘Wanna Dance’ will be kicking off his tour in just a couple of weeks in St Albans Arena, and will continue for the majority of the year, concluding in Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on November 5th.

Carter is known for his energetic and engaging performances, but it goes both ways for him, as he believes “you can’t beat a good live audience”. He has referred to his style as “a real mixed bag”, but has said there is “hopefully something for everyone” to enjoy his music both at home and at a live gig.

Don’t miss Nathan Carter when he begins his tour on February 1st!

February

1 – St Albans Arena

2 – Billingham Forum Theatre

3 – Carlisle Sands Centre

4 – Birmingham New Alexandra Theatre

5 – Southport Theatre

8 – Buxton Opera House

9 – Hunstanton Princess Theatre

10 – Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre

11 – Isle of Wight Shanklin Theatre

24 – Northampton Royal & Derngate

25 – Clacton West Cliff Theatre

26 – Eastleigh Concorde Club

April

7 & 8 – Aberdeen Beach Ballroom

9 – Edinburgh Festival Theatre

19 – Motherwell Concert Hall

20 – Perth Concert Hall

21 – Wick Assembly Rooms

22 – Kirkwall Pickaquoy Centre

May

28 – London Palladium
October

25, 26, 27 & 28 – Inverness Eden Court
November

5 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

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