‘Road Songs For Lovers’ Album and Tour 2017 Announced!

Chris Rea has announced a new tour in support of his forthcoming album, ‘Road Songs for Lovers’.

With the follow up to 2011’s ‘Santo Spirito Blues’ due to arrive in September through BMG, Rea will play dates across the Netherlands, France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Estonia, UK and Ireland between October 7 and December 12.

Tickets for UK go on sale at 9am on April 28, other venues may go on sale earlier or later. Get your tickers through the official Facebook page.

Chris Rea Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

  • October 7 2017 – AMSTERDAM Carree
  • October 9 2017 – PARIS Salle Pleyel
  • October 13 2017 – ERFURT Messe
  • October 15 2017 – DÜSSELDORF Mitsubishi Electric Halle
  • October 17 2017 – LEIPZIG Arena
  • October 18 2017 – DRESDEN Kulturpalast
  • October 20 2017 – FRANKFURT Jahrhunderthalle
  • October 22 2017 – MANNHEIM Rosengarten
  • October 24 2017 – STUTTGART Liederhalle
  • October 26 2017 – DORTMUND Westfalenhallen
  • October 28 2017 – HANOVER Kuppelsaal im HCC
  • October 29 2017 – HAMBURG Mehr Theater am Grossmarkt
  • October 30 2017 – BERLIN Tempodrom
  • November 1 2017 – MUNICH Philharmonie im Gasteig
  • November 3 2017 – VIENNA Stadthalle
  • November 6 2017 – BUDAPEST Papp Laszlo Sportarena
  • November 7 2017 – PRAGUE Holiday Inn Congress Centre
  • November 10 2017 – TALLINN Nordea Konstserdimaja
  • November 21 2017 – GATESHEAD Sage One
  • November 22 2017 – GLASGOW Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
  • November 24 2017 – HARROGATE Harrogate International Centre
  • November 26 2017 – LONDON Eventim Apollo
  • November 29 2017 – BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
  • November 30 2017 – LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
  • December 03 2017 – MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
  • December 04 2017 – SHEFFIELD City Hall, Sheffield
  • December 06 2017 – DUBLIN Olympia
  • December 07 2017 – BELFAST Waterfront
  • December 09 2017 – OXFORD New Theatre – Oxford
  • December 10 2017 – BRIGHTON Centre
  • December 12 2017 – BOURNEMOUTH BIC

12 thoughts on “‘Road Songs For Lovers’ Album and Tour 2017 Announced!

  1. My wife and I will be at the Glasgow show. I’m sure it will be a great show, just like the previous ones we’ve seen you at. Looking forward to it.

  2. Got tickets for Bournemouth – haven’t seen Chris live for 20 years and had to see him this time around. December 12th can’t come soon enough.

  3. It has been a long wait for sure bearing in mind what our Slide Guitar Master has been through in his life. He has been one of my favourite since my early days back home home in Mauritius. Looking forward to see you in London, Sir Chris.

  4. Really excited to be seeing Chris tour again. Seen him many times over many years and he has never disappointed me. Looking forward to Gateshead.

  5. number 1 on my bucket list for over 10 yrs now. of course chris has never performed in canada so after finding out about this tour my wife, daughter and i are flying to dublin. after dec 6th i can rest in peace. my life will be complete. lucky to get row 6. life is good. thank you Chris and cheers

  6. See you in Birmingham on the 29th November. Chris wrote “Nothing to Fear” in 1992 as a message to Muslims worldwide; that you have nothing to fear.

    “I have my loved ones you have yours
    So let us gaze upon the feast
    In God’s own name let’s eat together
    In God’s own name please come in peace”

    The victims of Manchester 22/05/2017

  7. hi Mr Chris Rea. Saw you on BBC breakfast, you were great, loved the chat. My husband just come back from seeing Warren Haynes, so still buzzin. I,m going to buy your new album vinyl right now, as we speak, as I know it will be good. Tickets already sold out Gateshead and Newcastle. Shame we missed them.
    Hope your tour goes fine. Pat and Chris, Newcastle.❤️

  8. Incidentally Chris, the people who organised warrens gig, disappointed, no t shirts, no cd, no vinyl to buy. Whilst warren was brilliant Govmt Mule, organisers not as we are in England. Make sure your merchandise plenty of Chris x to buy! 👍😊

  9. Adore the musical talent of this unbelievable guy
    Who through such severe illness performs for us
    I’ve travelled far to see him and seen chris s few times
    But I fear this could be the last we see of chris performing …going to sage it will be an emotional night .
    The illness is showing and chris needs to sit back and chill —Well deserves and nothing to prove
    Always be a master to me xxx

  10. Glasgow show was fantastic as usual, seen Chris many times now and he never waffles on just Plays at least 2hrs Of non stop great music . Keep it coming Chris you are the master , I wish you good health for the future but look after no 1 first and foremost.
    Colin Macleod the support was fantastic also and will look out for him .

  11. Wow what an evening at Symphony Hall, Birmingham 27 November. Very very accomplished musicians and the ‘voice’ still as spine chilling with an amazing range of emotions coming through. Thanks – it was a really good set. Make sure you take some time for painting and gardening when the tour finishes. Best wishes Debbie and Lorna – Warwickshire. 🎼🎤

  12. So sad that you were taken ill on stage at Oxford last night. We were so pleased to get tickets to see you again. As always you were giving a great performance, but maybe this tour was just too much for you. We wish you the very best for a speedy recovery, God bless. Marion and David x

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