Sam Smith March 2015 tour
Updated: 15 September 2014
Sam Smith will be back on tour in March 2015 in support of his chart-topping debut album In The Lonely Hour.
The singer-songwriter will start his tour with two dates at the O2 Academy Glasgow on 16 and 17 March 2014 before playing two shows at Manchester’s O2 Apollo and Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall during the month.
Sam Smith’s tour will come to a momentous end with a trio of shows at London’s o2 Academy Brixton on 25, 26 and 27 March 2015.
The dates follow on from Sam Smith’s autumn tour which will include 13 shows around the UK including dates in Nottingham, Newcastle and Birmingham.
Sam Smith UK tour
Updated: 16 April 2014
Sam Smith will embark on his first full UK solo tour this autumn in support of his debut album In The Lonely Hour.
The tour of the same name will take place in October, starting in Glasgow, and extends into early November. Sam Smith’s tour will come to an end with two shows at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on 6 and 7 November 2014.
Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour includes the hits Money On My Mind and Lay Me Down.
About Sam Smith
Sam Smith started the year as a rising star bagging the Critics’ Choice Award at this year’s BRIT Awards. Since then, his year has not slowed down and he can safely say he’s one of the UK’s brightest singer-songwriters.
2014 has seen Sam Smith land a No.1 with his debut album and he even broke America when his album reached No.2 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Sam Smith first became known in 2012 after featuring on Disclosure’s single Latch. Following this, he released his debut single Lay Me Down in February 2013. In May 2013 he enjoyed his first UK No.1 after featuring on Naughty Boy’s La La La.
The single was followed by chart-topping track Money On Mind. It was the second song to be lifted from his debut album. In May, Sam Smith finally released the album containing his hits. In The Lonely Hour followed suit and topped the UK Albums Chart.
During summer 2014, Sam Smith spent his time promoting the album by playing a number of festivals including No Tomorrow, The Parklife Weekender, T in the Park, V Festival and Bestival.