Jake Bugg UK tour
Updated: 15 July 2014
Jake Bugg will play some of his biggest dates in the UK this October on his 10-date 2014 tour.
The Jake Bugg tour will see the What Doesn’t Kill You singer perform at Cardiff Arena, Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall, Liverpool Echo Arena and Bridlington Spa. The tour will end with a huge concert at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Since initially announcing his tour in May, Jake Bugg has extended his tour into Scotland. The singer will play shows in Glasgow, Dundee and Edinburgh.
This summer, the singer-songwriter have played several festivals including T in the Park 2014 and is due to perform at Reading and Leeds Festival later this year. He also ventured to Dublin in July where he supported the Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys at their Marlay Park concert.
Jake Bugg’s tour is ahead of his US shows where he will support the American rock duo, The Black Keys, on their 2014 arena tour in October and November 2014.
About Jake Bugg
Nottingham star Jake Bugg shot to fame with his mature folk and country voice. At the tender age of 12 he began writing music and singing. He landed his big break after he was asked to perform at Glastonbury.
Since then, the young singer has built up his fan-base and cites his influences as Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Donovan, Don Mclean and Bob Dylan.
He released his debut album, Jake Bugg, in 2012, which shot to No.1 on the Official UK Albums Chart. The album was followed up with Shangri La that includes the tracks Slumville Sunrise and What Doesn’t Kill You.
Jake Bugg has previously supported the likes of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Snow Patrol, along with playing his own headline live dates. In February 2014 Jake Bugg performed to ten thousand people in his hometown at Nottingham Arena as well as selling out the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Jake Bugg has been nominated for several Brit Awards including British Male Solo Artist and Best Solo Artist in 2014. He previously picked up the award for Best New Act at the Q Awards in 2013 and was nominated for the prestigious Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically in the same year.