Irish singer-songwriter Hozier tours the UK in 2016. See him in the likes of London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Hozier second Manchester date
Updated: 23 September 2015
Hozier has extended his 2016 tour of the UK to include a second date in Manchester.
Fans of Hozier in Manchester now have a second chance to see the singer-songwriter perform his global hits; he will now play Manchester Apollo on 6 February. The date is in addition to his concert at the venue on 9 January.
Along with his Manchester shows, Hozier’s tour will visit Edinburgh, Sheffield, Liverpool, London (for three concerts), Birmingham, Portsmouth and Cardiff during January and February.
Hozier third London show
Updated: 10 September 2015
Hozier has confirmed a third London date as part of his UK tour. The incredible singer will now play three headline shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on 29, 30 and 31 January.
The shows form his 2016 tour that will visit Edinburgh, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Cardiff during January and February. Check below for available Hozier tickets and for full tour details.
Hozier extends UK tour
Updated: 4 September 2015
Hozier will perform for a second time at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
Due to huge ticket demand, the Irish singer-songwriter has confirmed an additional date as part of his 2016 tour.
Take Me To Church fans are in luck as the singer will play London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Saturday 30 January, which is in addition to his previously announced date on Friday 29 January.
Hozier’s tour will visit Edinburgh, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Cardiff during January and February. See below for full tour details.
Hozier 2016 UK tour
Updated: 2 September 2016
Hozier, the Ivor Novello and two-time Billboard Awards winner, has announced a huge UK tour for early 2016.
Things will kick off in Edinburgh on 8 January with a concert at Usher Hall. The dates come to a close on 5 February at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall.
January dates, which include shows in Manchester, Sheffield and Liverpool, end on 29 January at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. Hozier’s tour continues into February with gigs in Birmingham, Portsmouth and Cardiff.
Hozier’s Take Me To Church propelled the singer-songwriter into the limelight. It was followed with his self-titled debut album that did not disappoint and included songs From Eden, Sedated, Work Song and Someone New.
His spine-chilling vocals and honest lyrics saw Hozier tickets sell-out for his gigs in 2015, which included concerts at celebrated venues in London, Glasgow and Manchester.
Hozier, full name Andrew Hozier-Byrne, was hailed as 2014’s biggest breakthrough artist, following the global release of his debut self-titled album.
The Irish singer-songwriter was born in Bray, County Wicklow. After a brief stint studying music in Dublin, Hozier left university for Universal Music. The singer spent time recording demos for the label.
Hozier’s first EP, Take Me To Church, was released in 2013. The title track proved to be a huge success and proceeded to go viral on YouTube.
The singer followed Take Me To Church with his second EP, From Eden. After gaining more acclaim Hozier released his first album in 2014. The self-titled collection included his hit track, Take Me To Church, along with the singles Work Song and From Eden that appeared on his early EPs.
Again, Take Me To Church proved to be a success, particularly in the states. The track climbed to No.3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart becoming Hozier’s first Top 5 single, and it has since received a Grammy Award nomination for Song Of The Year.