Katie Melua is currently on her final tour of 2018, at Shout About It will be there at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham and we cannot wait!
Multi award-winning recording artist Katie Melua’s extensive European tour is currently under way and includes 13 UK dates.
Katie is joined by a cast of stellar musicians, as well as members of Gori Women’s Choir whofeatured on the silver-certified 2016 album ‘In Winter’. ‘In Winter’ was recorded in Georgia,and commanded some of the finest reviews of her career with the Sunday Times describing it as”bewitching…ravishing…spellbinding” and the Independent as “exquisite” and “remarkable.” Theassociated 2016 tour, which saw Katie and the choir undertaking 28 performances across 8 countries received universal acclaim from music critics and audiences alike.
The Times ★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★
Next winter will see another expansive set of live performances, which will include songs from ‘In
Winter’ alongside brand new recordings and catalogue classics adapted for the stage.
The announcement follows the release of the 2xCD Special Edition of ‘In Winter’, which includes the BBC Children in Need 2017 single ‘Fields Of Gold’. The second disc, recorded at Admiralspalast, Berlin, includes live renditions of the entire ‘In Winter’ album, as well as new choral arrangements of hits such as ‘Closest Thing To Crazy’, ‘Nine Million Bicycles’, and ‘I Cried For You’ performed with the Gori Women’s Choir.
Remaining dates include:
23rd Nov – Luxembourg
24th Nov – Hannover, Germany
26th Nov – Frankfurt, Germany
28th Nov – Pavillion, Bournemouth
29th Nov – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
30th Nov – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
2nd Dec – Lowry, Salford
3rd Dec – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
4th Dec – G Live, Guildford
6th Dec – Dome, Brighton
7th Dec – Forum, Bath
8th Dec – Central Hall Westminster, London
10th Dec – Philharmonic, Liverpool
11th Dec – Sage, Gateshead
12th Dec – Barbican, York
13th Dec – Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
Born in the Georgian city of Kutaisi, Katie and her family emigrated to Belfast when she was 9 yearsold. She has released 7 studio albums to date and is one of the UK’s highest-selling female recording artists of all time.
Our review will be coming from Royal Concert Hall in the near future.