After a career spanning over 50 years and record sales exceeding 120 million, Kenny Rogers is about to call time on his touring career.
He has just announced the first leg of dates that include stops in Ireland and the UK. He starts the UK tour on 31st October at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Kenny will be also be playing gigs at the 3Arena in Dublin on 7th November and Belfast’s SSE Arena on 8th November.
He concludes this part of the tour by appearing for two nights in London. He will be at the Palladium on 10th November and the Eventim Apollo on 12th November.
We are excited to tell you that C2C favourite Charlie Worsham will be supporting Kenny at all of the above events. Charlie appeared at the CMA Songwriters event on Thursday 10th March, and he also performed on the C2C pop-up stages across the weekend, impressing audiences and building a whole new fan base in the process.
Tickets for the events are now on sale apart from the Belfast show which will start selling on Thursday 14 April 2016 at 9am. Available at ticketmaster.co.uk
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