Dixie Chicks return in 2016 for five live dates, which will be their first full tour of the UK and Ireland since 2003.
Dixie Chicks UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 18 June 2015
Dixie Chicks have reunited for a European tour in 2016, which includes four dates in the UK and one in Ireland.
The country group will start their UK dates at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on 29 April. Their next date will take place on 30 April at the Manchester arena, before the tour enters into May with a show at London’s The O2 arena (1) and Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro (3). Dixie Chick’s tour will end in Dublin at the 3Arena on 4 May.
Natalie Maines, Emily Robison Strayer and Martie Maguire have sold over 30 million albums during their time together. Their last release, 2006’s Taking The Long Way, landed the three-piece five Grammy Awards, including the coveted Album of the Year accolade.
As one of the biggest selling all-female groups, Dixie Chicks have enjoyed huge success becoming more than just a band. Their songs include There’s Your Trouble, Landslide, Not Ready To Make Nice and Wide Open Spaces.
Dixie Chicks have played only a handful of gigs in the UK during the past 10 years. Their 2016 tour marks a rare occasion for fans to see the country stars live on stage in Britain. For all upcoming tour dates and available tickets, check below.
The trio last played in the UK during 2014 when they took part in the festival C2C: Country to Country and, previous to that, they arrived in 2006 for their first gig after their infamous show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire in 2003.