Keith Urban is heading to the UK and Europe for a full headlining tour. The 13-date tour marks Urban's first full UK tour in 12 years. The trek will kick off on May 2, 2020 in Amsterdam before heading to Europe for shows in Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo.
"Our shows in the UK earlier this year reiterated why I love the audiences there so much," Urban said. "It'd been a long time since we had played Europe last time- waaaay too long. The concerts we did earlier this year were really special nights for me- total madness- so I'm grateful that we can get back there again. I'm jonesing to play and so glad it's happening soon!"
Urban is currently wrapping up his "Graffiti U World Tour" with the final show being on October 18 in Oklahoma. In the last few months, he's been working on his follow-up to 2018's Graffiti U album. Earlier this year he released his hit single, "We Were" followed by an acoustic version. Additionally, just last Thursday (October 3), the country singer announced the all-star line up for the "All For The Hall" benefit concert on February 10.
May 2nd – Amsterdam, AFAS Live
May 5th – London, Eventim Apollo
May 8th – Manchester, O2 Apollo
May 12th – Glasgow, O2 Academy
May 14th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
May 20th – Munich – Zenith
May 22nd – Frankfurt, Jahrhunderthalle
May 23rd – Cologne, Palladium
May 25th – Hamburg, Sporthalle
May 26th – Berlin, Verti Music Hall
May 29th – Copenhagen, Falkoner Salen
May 30th – Stockholm, Annexet
May 31st – Oslo, Sentrum Scene
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