Paul Weller announces UK tour

The former Jam frontman is touring the country in Spring next year

Paul Weller has announced a UK tour beginning in March next year.

The singer-songwriter will play a string of dates across the country in 2017, kicking off with a Teenage Cancer Trust show at the Royal Albert Hall on March 31.

The charity gig will be followed by dates in Bristol, Northampton, Leicester, Doncaster, York, Blackburn, Liverpool, Watford, Folkestone and Reading between April 1 and 13.


Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Friday December 9.

Weller released his twelfth solo record ‘Saturns Pattern’ last year. The record featured a collaboration with The Future Sound of London’s Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. It reached No. 2 in the UK albums chart.

NME‘s Rhian Daly gave the album 3 and half stars, writing in her review that “Weller’s promise of sonic surprises holds true”.

Last month, two of Weller’s self-titled solo debut and 1997 album ‘Heavy Soul’ were reissued on vinyl for the first time in 20 years.

It’s expected that Weller’s albums ‘Heliocentric’ and ‘Illumination’ from 2000 and 2002 respectively will also become available on vinyl again early in 2017.

Weller is continuing to work on the soundtrack to boxing movie Jawbone, starring Ray Winstone, Michael Smiley and Ian McShane. Weller’s first film soundtrack, it’s expected to be released alongside the film in 2017.


Paul Weller will play:

London, Royal Albert Hall (March 31, 2017)
Bristol, Colston Hall (April 01)
Northampton, Royal And Derngate (April 02)
Leicester, De Montfort Hall (April 04)
Doncaster, Dome (April 05)
York, Barbican (April 07)
Blackburn, King Georges Hall (April 08)
Liverpool, Guild Of Students (April 09)
Watford, Colosseum (April 11)
Folkestone Leas, Cliff Hall (April 12) 
Reading, Rivermead (April 13)



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