🇬🇧 Sam Ryder announces UK and Ireland tour dates

🇬🇧 Sam Ryder announces UK and Ireland tour dates

Following on from his Eurovision 2022 second place, Sam Ryder has announced tour dates for his “Nothing But Space Man” tour in the UK and Ireland. Sam has already had a successful post Eurovision career, having performed at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, and achieving a number 2 single in the UK charts. Sam’s chart success being the best for a UK Eurovision entrant so far this century.

“Nothing But Space Man” tour dates

Below you can see a table with all the dates and venues for the “Nothing But Space Man” tour.

DateCityVenue
Friday 15th MarchBelfastUlster Hall
Saturday 16th MarchDublin3Olympia
Tuesday 21st MarchManchesterAcademy
Wednesday 22nd MarchGlasgowO2 Academy
Thursday 23rd MarchNewcastleO2 City Hall
Saturday 25th MarchLiverpoolO2 Academy
Sunday 26th MarchLeedsO2 Academy
Tuesday 28th MarchBirminghamO2 Academy
Wednesday 29th MarchCambridgeCorn Exchange
Thursday 30th MarchLondonEventim Apollo
Saturday 1st AprilCardiffThe Great Hall
Sunday 2nd AprilBristolO2 Academy
Tuesday 4th AprilBournemouthO2 Academy
Wednesday 5th AprilBrightonDome

If you’re interested in scoring pre-sale tickets, all you need to do is pre-order Sam’s debut album ”There’s Nothing But Space, Man” by 15:00BST on June 15 and you’ll receive your pre-sale codes by 18:00BST on June 15, with Pre-Sale tickets going on sale on Thursday, the 16th June.

United Kingdom’s Eurovision journey.

Despite a recent slump in results, the UK is one of the most successful countries at the Eurovision Song Contest. Debuting at the second edition ever of the Contest in 1957, the United Kingdom has won the competition on five separate occasions. The most recent win for the UK was in 1997 with Katrina and the Waves, singing “Love Shine A Light”. The UK also holds the record for the number of second place finishes – currently at 16.

In 2022, the UK was represented by Sam Ryder with his song “SPACE MAN”. The performance managed to impress juries and televoters, and the UK finished in second place with 466 points, their best placing since 1998.

What do you make of Sam Ryder’s success in the United Kingdom? Will you be attending his tour? If so what date? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on FacebookInstagram and Twitter for all things Eurovision as we gear up for 2023!

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