Former Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley announces a solo UK tour in 2022 to celebrate the 40th …
June 8, 2021, 12:25
Tony Hadley has announced a major UK tour to celebrate his 40th birthday in the music business.
The former Spandau Ballet star, 61, will hit the road in 2022, marking four decades since he first released music with his former band, which he left in 2017 after their reunion in 2009.
Tony will perform with his band The Fabulous TH and will perform 36 dates across the UK, starting March 1 at Bexhill and ending at the Blackpool Opera House on May 27.
He will perform pieces from his career with the Spandau Ballet and as a solo artist, including favorites ‘True’, ‘Gold’ and ‘Through the Barricades’.
Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, June 11 at 9 a.m.
The full dates in 2022 are:
- March 1 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
- March 2 Croydon Fairfield Halls
- March 4 High Wycombe The Swan
- March 5 Guildford G Live
- March 6 Bournemouth BIC Pavilion Theater
- March 8 Cheltenham Town Hall
- March 9 Cardiff St David’s Hall
- March 11 Llandudno Venue Cymru Theater
- March 12 Liverpool Philharmonic
- March 13 Stoke Victoria Hall
- March 15 Leicester De Montfort Hall
- Sheffield Town Hall March 16
- Hull Town Hall on March 18
- March 19 Halifax Victoria Hall
- March 20 Stockton Globe
- March 22 Perth Concert Hall
- 23 March Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
- Buxton Opera on March 24
- May 5 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
- May 6 Cambridge Corn Exchange
- May 7 Ipswich Regent Theater
- May 8 Tunbridge Wells Meeting Room
- May 10 Worthing Meeting Room
- May 11 Bath Forum
- May 13 Torquay Princess Pavilion
- May 14 Portsmouth Guildhall
- May 15 Oxford New Theater
- May 17 Dartford Orchard Theater
- May 18 Northampton Derngate
- May 20 Scunthorpe’s bathroom
- May 21 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
- May 22 York Barbican
- May 24 Edinburgh Usher Hall
- May 25 Newcastle O2 City Hall
- May 26 Carlisle Sands Center
- May 27 Blackpool Opera House
Tony Hadley left the Spandau Ballet in 2017, which led the group to temporarily replace him with singer Ross William Wild, who has since also left the group.
His former bandmate Martin Kemp said Fluid radio last year that he was hoping Tony would someday return, but Tony also told us it would be highly unlikely to happen.