Critically-acclaimed musician and songwriter Jamie Cullum has today announced a new UK headline tour for this November. Fans can sign up here for access to presale tickets, available from 10am on Wednesday 20th March here, with general sale tickets going on sale on Friday 22nd March at 10am here.

The tour will see Jamie play 14 shows across the country, starting at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester on Monday 11th November. Other dates include; The Barbican, York, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, The Beacon, BristolSwansea Arena, Regent Theatre, Ipswich, New Theatre, Oxford, Guildhall, Portsmouth, Royal Festival Hall, London, Armadillo, Glasgow, Concert Hall, Perth, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, and will conclude at Gateshead’s The Glasshouse International Centre for Music Sage 1 on Friday 29th November. Full tour listing below.

News of the tour comes after Jamie made his multi-million selling, 2003 album Twentysomething available on vinyl for the very first time last October. The re-issue came exactly 20 years after it was first released (20th October 2003) and still holds the honour of being the fastest selling jazz album in chart history, with its sales in 2003 leading to Jamie being the UK’s highest selling jazz artist in history.

With over 10 million album sales to date and his successful BBC Radio 2 showJamie Cullum is globally celebrated, meeting loyal fans wherever he goes. His legendary live shows have seen him work alongside artists as diverse as Herbie Hancock , Pharrell Williams, Kendrick Lamar and Lang Lang, whilst the success of his major label breakthrough, Twentysomething and its follow up Catching Tales saw him nominated for a BRIT, Grammy and numerous other awards around the world. He recently won the Ivor Novello award for best song musically and lyrically for his song “The Age of Anxiety” from his critically acclaimed album Taller.

In addition to his enduringly successful recording career, he has also established himself as a multi-award winning music broadcaster. He approaches all aspects of his career, as he has from the beginning, as both a fan and a student with seemingly boundless creativity and enthusiasm.

November 2024
Monday 11th, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Tuesday 12th, Barbican, York
Wednesday 13th, Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Friday 15th, Beacon, Bristol
Saturday 16th, Swansea Arena, Swansea
Monday 18th, Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Tuesday 19th, New Theatre, Oxford
Thursday 21st, Guildhall, Portsmouth
Friday 22nd, Royal Festival Hall (EDF Jazz Festival), London
Sunday 24th, Armadillo, Glasgow
Monday 25th, Convert Hall, Perth
Tuesday 26th, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Thursday 28th, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Friday 29th, The Glasshouse International Centre for Music Sage 1, Gateshead

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