Ronan Keating has announced details of his first ever solo UK tour, including a date at the LONDON ROYAL ALBERT HALL.
Keating will take to the road alone in support of his debut solo album, which currently has a working title of ‘Ronan’. The album is expected to be released before the end of the summer and will feature collaborations with the Bee Gees‘ Maurice and Barry Gibb.
The tour calls at: Liverpool Empire (October 21) Newcastle City Hall (22) Edinburgh Playhouse (23) Nottingham Royal Centre (25) Sheffield City Hall (26) Birmingham Symphony Hall (27) Leicester De Montfort Hall (29) London Royal Albert Hall (30) Brighton Centre (November 1) Manchester Apollo (3) Oxford Apollo (5) Bristol Colston Hall (6) Bournemouth International Centre (7) Blackpool Opera House (9) Glasgow Armadillo (10) Dublin Point Depot (13) Belfast Waterfront (14).
Keating also releases a new single, ‘Life Is A Rollercoaster’, on July 10 through Polydor. The single has been co-written and co-produced by ex-New Radicals vocalist Gregg Alexander.