Tom Jones and Van Morrison at The O2
Updated: 21 April 2015
Tom Jones and Van Morrison will team up to headline the final night of BluesFest 2015 in November.
The duo will perform a co-headline show at London’s The O2 arena on 8 November as part of the 2015 BluesFest. The show, billed as Bring It On Home To Me: An Evening with Tom Jones and Van Morrison, will see Tom Jones and Van Morrison each perform a full solo set with the support of their respective bands.
Tom Jones’ show in the capital will follow a number of summer concerts by the legendary singer. He will perform throughout the country during July and August 2015. See below for 2015 Tom Jones tour dates and tickets.
Tom Jones summer shows
Updated: 21 April 2015
Tom Jones will play a number of UK gigs this summer! The man behind What’s New Pussycat, Delilah, It’s Not Unusual and Sex Bomb will play a number of open-air concerts throughout July and August.
Starting his UK live dates in York, Tom Jones will play York Racecourse on 24 July before heading to London on 26 July to play Greenwich Music Time at the Old Royal Naval College. The gig is ahead of his Scarborough concert at the Open Air Theatre (29 July).
August will see the Sex Bomb singer treat fans to An Evening At The Races at both Newmarket Racecourse and Market Rasen Racecourse. The shows are part of the Jockey Club Live’s summer concert series and will start with a headline show at Newmarket Racecourse on 7 August. The following weekend, Tom Jones will perform at Market Rasen Racecourse on 15 August.
Tom Jones’ An Evening At The Races gigs will be concerts with a difference as the shows combine a day at the races with an evening filled with live music. Book your Tom Jones tickets now to hear the singer’s classic songs live this summer.
About Tom Jones
The man, the legend: Tom Jones is one of the very few entertainers from the 1960s and 1970s who has artistically survived and keeps winning over new fans.
His talent has been recognised by the Queen, he was honoured with a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II in 2006 for services to music; the music critics, he received the BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music in 2003; and his fans who have bought over 100 million of his records.
Tom Jones is a singer who transcends genres from pop, dance, R&B to rock and soul. His most well-known tracks include What’s New Pussycat, It’s Not Unusual, Sex Bomb, She’s A Lady and Delilah.