"Recent events" mean Mr Boombastic won't be over the pond till next year...

SHAGGY has put back his UK tour until next year.

The boombastic star’s extensive jaunt around Britain was due to have started with a date at Dublin Point Theatre on October 9. That date has now been put back to February 15.

The rescheduled tour then moves on to:


Manchester Evening News Arena (February 16)

Wembley Arena (18)

Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (21)

Newcastle Telewest Arena (22)

Birmingham NEC (23).

All original tickets remain valid for the new dates.


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A spokesman for Shaggy said “recent events” were to blame for the delayed dates.

Meanwhile, Shaggy, who’s currently at Number Ten in the UK singles charts with ‘Luv Me, Luv Me’, releases a fourth single from his Number One album, ‘Hot Shot’, on November 19.

The single will be a double A-side of ‘Dance And Shout’ and ‘Hope’.


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