Nick Mulvey is very pleased to follow his recent triumphant headline UK tour with details of another for later this year.
Having sold out London’s Royal Albert Hall earlier this year performing as a trio, Nick will head out solo in September on an initial 18-date run at much more intimate spaces across the UK and Ireland, including towns that Nick has never previously performed at. These shows bring the evolution of Nick’s touring of his second album, Wake Up Now, on a full circle journey from five-piece, to trio, and now right back to just Nick and his guitar.
The tour commences in Belfast on the 19th September, before hitting Dublin and Cork. Nick then crosses the Irish Sea, arriving in Cambridge (a hometown show), and playing across the country right through to Nottingham on the 14th October. The dates include a night at London’s newly refurbished Hackney Arts Centre on the 26th September. The run also takes in the likes of Cork, Kendal, Pocklington and Hebden Bridge.
Tickets go on sale from 9:00am on Friday 13th July via www.nickmulvey.com
Ahead of the new tour, Nick takes in a series of European festivals and a handful of US dates throughout the Summer, including slots at Lollapalooza in Chicago and Outside Lands in San Francisco.
Nick Mulvey’s second album, Wake Up Now, is out now through Fiction Records.
Nick Mulvey ‘In Your Hands Solo Tour’
19th September – The Empire Music Hall, Belfast
20th September – Whelan’s, Dublin
22nd September – Live At St. Luke’s, Cork
24th September – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
25th September – Town Hall, Oxford
26th September – Hackney Arts Centre, London
29th September –Phoenix, Exeter
30th September – Tram Shed, Cardiff
2nd October – Guildhall, Gloucester
3rd October – St George’s Church, Brighton
5th October – St George’s, Bristol
6th October – Opera House, Buxton
7th October – Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
9th October – Pocklington Arts Club, Pocklington
10th October – Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow
12th October – Arts Club, Liverpool* (*ticketmaster.co.uk)
13th October – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
14th October – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham