IL DIVO ANNOUNCES UK TOUR THIS OCTOBER CELEBRATING THEIR 20TH ANNIVERSARY

by | Jun 8, 2024 | Music

Since 2004, Urs Bühler (tenor) of Switzerland, Sébastien Izambard (tenor) of France, David Miller (tenor) of America, and new member Steven LaBrie (baritone) of America— have emerged as a phenomenon with indefinable magic. They have sold thirty million albums worldwide, scored fifty #1 hits, and earned 160 Gold and Platinum records across 35 countries.

The iconic quartet Il Divo started their celebrations 20th anniversary earlier this year with the release of their 10th full length album XX.”

It is the group’s first album with new member Steven LaBrie, after the tragic passing of founding member Carlos Marin in 2021 due to COVID-19.

Produced by Grammy® and Latin Grammy® Award-winning artist Carlos Fernando Lopez (Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony), “XX: 20TH ANNIVERSARY ALBUM,” includes songs sung by IL DIVO in English, Spanish and Italian; and an original composition written by the group, “Despertar Sin Ti.” In addition to the IL DIVO spin on Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy,” the album will also include Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing,” with a Spanish version, “No Tengo Nada,”; Miguel Gallardo’s “Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti,”; Brenda Lee and Elvis Presley’s “Always On My Mind,” sung in English and Italian; Ed Sheeran’s smash hit “Perfect”; “Despacito,” the mega-smash by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Justin Bieber, and more.

Between selling out tours on multiple continents, they’ve performed everywhere from the Summer Olympics and FIFA World Cup to Diamond Jubilee at Windsor and the Commander-in-Chief’s Ball. Get ready for an unforgettable evening filled with stunning vocals, breathtaking music, and the undeniable magic of Il Divo. The upcoming shows will be filled with Il Divo’s hits from their vast catalogue of songs as well as songs from their new 20th anniversary album.

IL DIVO 20TH ANNIVERSARY UK TOUR

  • Wednesday, 16th October – London Palladium
  • Thursday, 17th October – Cardiff Utilita Arena
  • Saturday, 19th October – Bournemouth International Centre
  • Monday, 21st October- Southend Cliffs Pavilion
  • Tuesday, 22nd October – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
  • Wednesday 23rd October – Bristol Beacon
  • Thursday, 24th October – Brighton Centre
  • Saturday, 26th October- Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Monday, 28th October – Liverpool Philharmonic
  • Tuesday, 29th October – Manchester Bridgewater Hall

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