Following the success of his current Autumn tour, Irish Country-Pop crossover star Nathan Carter announces his Born For The Road 2019 tour.
The 20-date tour starting in Harlow on January 24th runs through to April 14th in Motherwell; the run also includes a date at the London Palladium on March 17th.
Without a doubt, he is fast becoming one of the UK’s most prolific touring artists, with his energetic showmanship proving irresistible for fans across the UK.
As one of Ireland’s biggest live music acts, Nathan is becoming a household name, with tracks from “Stayin’ Up All Night” becoming hits, such as “Wagon Wheel” and “I Wanna Dance”.
Having recently played (2017/18) arena shows in Ireland at the 3Arena Dublin and SSE Arena Belfast, this summer he cemented his superstar status performing for Pope Francis at the World Meeting of Families event in Croke Park Dublin.
Success has also been replicated in the pop charts; he’s previously beaten the likes of Drake and Beyonce to the top in Ireland, a monumental feat – with his last album, 2017’s ‘Livin’ The Dream’ being no different, going straight to No. 1.
Growing up in a house where Country and Western music filled the air, Nathan was exposed to classic songs of Johnny Cash, Don Williams and Dolly Parton. From the tender age of 4 years old, not only learning to play guitar, piano and accordion, which plays a vital part in his live show, Nathan quickly became head chorister in the Liverpool Boys choir where he toured the world and even performed in front of the Pope in Rome.
The new album Born For The Road is released on 12th October; the autobiography of the same name is out 28th September on Penguin Books and available to buy at all shows.
2019 UK Tour Dates
Jan 24 – Harlow Playhouse
Jan 25 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Jan 26 – Leeds Irish Centre
- Feb 8 – Hunstanton Princess Theatre
- Feb 9 – Hunstanton Princess Theatre
- Feb 10 – Clacton West Cliff Theatre
Feb 14 – Dunstable Grove Theatre
Feb 15 – Stoke Town Hall
Feb 16 – Carlisle Sands Centre
Mar 14 – Horsham Capitol Theatre
Mar 15 – Redditch Palace Theatre
Mar 16 – Christchurch Theatre
Mar 17 – London Palladium
Apr 10 – Perth Concert Hall
Apr 11 – Aberdeen Music Hall
Apr 12 – Edinburgh Corn Exchange
Apr 13 – Stirling Albert Halls
Apr 14 – Motherwell Concert Hall
For tickets, visit venue box offices or www.ticketline.co.uk.