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Shakin’ Stevens is to embark on his biggest ever UK tour visiting 33 towns and cities across England, Scotland and Wales in 2017.

The announcement comes just days after Shaky, as he is known to millions, released his critically acclaimed 12th studio album Echoes Of Our Times.

The Echoes Of Our Times Tour will see the UK’s biggest-selling artist of a decade hit the road from Easter next year with the opening night on Saturday April 15 in Carlisle. Shaky will then travel the length and breadth of the country, including London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on 2nd May, before ending the tour on the 28th May.

Tickets for the Echoes Of Our Times Tour are priced from £24 and will go on sale at 9am Friday September 23 from

With 33 hit singles and four UK No. 1s to his name, the Platinum-selling entertainer and performer will be exciting his audiences as he performs new tracks from Echoes Of Our Times, along with classic hits, and a few surprises.

Speaking about the tour announcement Shaky said: “I can’t wait to get back on the road, and introduce the songs from ‘Echoes Of Our Times’ to people who have seen me perform in the past, and those who have not.”

The tour will see this Welsh singer unveil another side to his talents, as an artist, songwriter and storyteller.

Echoes Of Our Times blends blues, roots, Americana and classic rock. Detailing stories from his intriguing family history, Shakin’ Stevens has created a remarkable musical tribute to his once mysterious past.

The 33-date tour is presented by UK event promoters Cuffe and Taylor.

Director Peter Taylor said: “We are thrilled to be presenting Shakin’ Stevens biggest ever UK tour. This promises to be a fantastic 33 nights of entertainment across the UK and we look forward to welcoming an abundance of fans both old and new.”

Tickets for the Echoes Of Our Times Tour go on sale at 9am Friday and are available from

Tour Dates:
Sat 15 The Sands, Carlisle
Sun 16 The Lowry, Salford
Tues 18 Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Weds 19 The Orchard, Dartford
Thurs 20 The Coliseum, Watford
Fri 21 The Pavilion, Worthing
Sun 23 The Opera House, Buxton
Mon 24 St David’s, Cardiff
Tues 25 The Forum, Bath
Thurs 27 The Churchill, Bromley
Fri 28 The Hexagon, Reading
Sat 29 Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Sun 30 Assembly Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Tues 2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Thurs 4 Venue Cymru, Llandudno
Fri 5 The Opera House, Blackpool
Sat 6 Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
Sun 7 Theatre Royal, Norwich
Weds 10 Hall For Cornwall, Truro
Thurs 11 The Pavilion, Plymouth
Fri 12 Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay
Sun 14 Guildhall, Portsmouth
Mon 15 Alban Arena, St Albans
Tues 16 City Hall, Salisbury
Thurs 18, The Barbican, York
Fri 19 Parr Hall, Warrington
Sun 21 Grand Theatre, Leeds
Mon 22 Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Tues 23 Eden Court, Inverness
Thurs 25 City Hall, Newcastle
Fri 26 Town Hall, Birmingham
Sat 27 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Sun 28 Whiterock Theatre, Hastings

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