Rod Stewart follows his summer concerts with an arena tour in support of his new album, Another Country.
Rod Stewart extends UK tour
Updated: 31 May 2016
The mega-star Rod Stewart has announced two additional concerts as part of his Another Country tour.
The singer will perform at London’s The O2 arena on 26 November, which will be his third show at the venue, and Nottingham Arena on 10 December.
Rod Stewart’s massive tour will start on 12 November in Liverpool and will come to a close on 16 December in Glasgow. Fans will get to see Rod Stewart in the likes of Sheffield, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.
Rod Stewart UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 18 February 2016
From Maggie May to Sailing, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy and When I need You, Rod Stewart has released some of the biggest songs of all time.
Now, he’s back with his twenty-ninth album, Another Country, and a tour of the UK and Ireland during summer and winter 2016. Rod Stewart tickets will give you the chance to hear his classic songs and those from his new release live.
Touring through Norwich, Plymouth, Southampton, Cardiff, Hull, Kilmarnock, Kilkenny, Inverness, Nottingham and Carlisle during June, Rod Stewart will return to the stage in November.
Rod Stewart’s winter dates will start in Liverpool on 12 November. The tour will continue to London’s The O2, Sheffield Arena, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, Manchester Arena, Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro and Dublin’s 3Arena.
Browse through all of Rod Stewart’s upcoming tour dates below and find your tickets now to hear the brilliant performer sing his tracks from Another Country.
About Rod Stewart
The rock legend started his career with Jimmy Powell and The Five Dimensions, before joining The Hoochie Coochie Men. The spiky-haired rocker with his unique, raspy soul voice then briefly played with The Soul Agents and Shotgun Express. But it wasn’t until Rod Stewart hooked up with The Jeff Beck Group and soon after as a mod-rocker with The Faces that his career really got the lift-off.
His debut solo album, Every Picture Tells A Story, was released in 1971, and along with its lead single Reason to Believe and it’s b-side Maggie May, it turned Rod Stewart from famous rock star into music legend. Rod Stewart continued with The Faces until the mid-1970s before fully concentrating on his solo career.
In the 2000s, Rod Stewart reunited with Ronnie Woods to produce a best of The Faces album. Rod Stewart had been a part of The Faces band with Ronnie Woods, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ronnie Lane during the early 70s. The album Changing Faces reached the top 20 on the UK Albums Chart in 2004.
During his career, Rod Stewart has sold in excess of 200 million records worldwide, has been awarded a CBE by the Queen and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. The music legend has produced twenty nine studio albums throughout his career, which has spanned over five decades.