Tickets on sale to all bookers - Friday 17 May, 10am (Limited to 4 tickets person)
Global singing sensation Susan Boyle is taking to the Music Hall stage in her very first live tour, ‘Susan Boyle In Concert’ on Thursday 4 July 2013.
For the very first time in her phenomenally successful career, Susan will be holding her own on the stage performing a sensational and contemporary repertoire of iconic album tracks and never heard before classics that will captivate and enthrall the audience.
Susan said; “ I’m really looking forward to getting on stage and singing with my own band for an entire show. This is the year that I feel that I would be able to give an audience what they want. I’ve always wanted to do my own show and now I feel confident enough to give it a go. If this works well, then the world is my oyster and 2014 will be a global tour. I’ve chosen my favourite songs from past albums and also new songs that not only have I wanted to perform for years but resonate with me and I hope my fans will love. I wanted to begin in Scotland to say thank you for all the support I have been shown over the past few years. It feels right to begin another new experience in my home country.”
The exclusive seven night tour in Scotland heralds a new era in her successful career. Susan’s show is set to be the hot ticket of the summer, showcasing the voice the world fell in love with.
The show will comprise of songs including the now legendary ‘I Dreamed A Dream’, ‘Wild Horses’ and ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ as well as ‘River Deep, Mountain High’, one of her all time favourites, plus a host of spectacular surprises on the night.
Known best for her element of surprise and a powerful and heart stopping voice, Susan is still a global top selling artist. The phenomenal album sales, record breaking achievements and multi platinum chart domination- Susan has come a long way from the Britain’s Got Talent stage in 2009. To date her four albums have sold over 19 million copies and stormed to the top of the charts in over 30 countries.
Time is approximate and subject to change