Paolo Nutini to play Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park
Updated: 23 March 2015
Paolo Nutini will play a massive open-air homecoming gig at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park this August.
The Scottish singer-songwriter’s Glasgow show is scheduled for Saturday 29 August and is part of the Glasgow Summer Sessions.
The new date sees Paolo Nutini play six open-air shows this summer: Five in the UK and one in Dublin. Paolo Nutini will start his summer playing a show at the Eden Project as part of the Eden Sessions on 12 June.
The month continues with concerts at Leeds’ Millennium Square and Swansea’s Singleton Park. The following month he will play Manchester’s Castlefield Bow, as part of Manchester’s Summer in the City festival, and Dublins’s Marlay Park.
Paolo Nutini summer concerts
Updated: 18 March 2015
Paolo Nutini will play a number of summer shows including concerts in Manchester and Swansea.
The Iron Sky singer will wow fans throughout the summer starting with a headline gig at the Eden Project in Cornwall on Friday 12 June. The following Friday Paolo Nutini will be in Leeds for an outdoor concert at the Millennium Square.
Paolo Nutini’s summer shows continue in Swansea at Singleton Park on 20 June before he heads to Manchester to take part in Summer in the City at Castlefield Bowl. He will play a headline gig at the Manchester venue on 2 July.
The British folk trio, the Staves, will support Paolo Nutini at his gigs in Leeds and the Eden Project.
Paolo Nutini Marlay Park
Updated: 5 March 2015
The Scottish singer-songwriter will head to Dublin this summer to play a huge outdoor concert.
Paolo Nutini’s headline concert in Dublin will take place at Marlay Park on 4 July. He will be joined by Imelda May, Alabama Shakes and Gaz Coombes.
The gig follows on from Paolo Nutini’s recent arena tour in support of his third album, Caustic Love. The collection shot to the top of the charts following its release and contains the tracks Scream (Funk Up My Life), Better Man and Fashion.
Paolo Nutini rescheduled tour dates
Updated: 31 October 2014
Paolo Nutini has rescheduled four postponed 2014 tour dates to January 2015.
The event organisers have confirmed that Paolo Nutini’s postponed shows in Glasgow, London and Cardiff will now take place during January 2015. Tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates.
Paolo Nutini UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 8 July 2014
Paolo Nutini’s hitting the road this autumn in support of his No.1 album, Caustic Love. The tour will head to arenas throughout the UK and Ireland.
The Paolo Nutini tour will include dates at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena (24), Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena (25), Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro (27, 28) and London’s The O2 during October 2014.
He will continue the tour into November 2014 starting with two shows in Ireland, at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena (2) and The O2 Dublin (3), before heading to Birmingham’s LG Arena (5) and completing the tour at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester (6).
The shows are in support of Paolo Nutini’s third album, Caustic Love, which was released on 14 April 2014. The album gave Paolo Nutini his second No.1, following 2009’s Sunny Side Up, and is one of the most successful albums of this year. Secure your Paolo Nutini tickets today to hear the Scottish singer perform tracks such as Fashion, Let Me Down Easy and Scream (Funk Up My Life).
Along with his UK tour, Paolo Nutini will take part in the Live At The Marquee festival in Cork playing two dates in July. He will also make his return to T in the Park festival on Saturday 12 July where he will perform on the main stage.
About Paolo Nutini
The Scottish singer-songwriter released his first album, These Streets, in 2006. The album broke records by staying in the charts for an incredible 196 weeks. The album contained the singles New Shoes, Jenny Don’t be Hasty and Rewind.
Paolo Nutini followed up the success with the release of Sunny Side Up in 2009 with the singles Candy, Coming Up Easy, Pencil Full of Lead and 10/10. BPI has certified the album five times platinum and it won him the Best International Album award at the 2010 Meteor Awards.
In 2012 Paolo Nutini took part in the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games where he performed along with Duran Duran and Snow Patrol.
After five years, Paolo Nutini released his long-awaited third studio album, Caustic Love. The album cemented his status as one of the most prominent UK artists. At the time, it became the fastest selling album of the year selling 109,000 copies, according to the Official Charts Company.
The soul-infused album includes the up-tempo tracks such as Scream (Funk My Life Up), the acoustic Better Man and collaborations including Fashion featuring Janelle Monae.
In support of the album, the Scottish singer-songwriter played a number of dates in March and April with Paolo Nutini tickets selling out. Paolo Nutini embarked on an arena tour in 2014 and 2015.