Sounds of The 70s

Following the success this year of Tony Blackburn’s Sounds of the 60s live tour, which has enjoyed a long run of sold out performances across the UK, legendary DJ Johnnie Walker will take BBC Radio 2’s popular Sounds of the 70s radio show on the road in 2020.

The brand new live show will be hosted by Johnnie, who will offer his personal stories and memories from the ‘70s, and will feature a live band and singers who will perform an array of classic hits from throughout the decade. The tour will visit over 20 venues across the UK bringing the Sounds Of The 70s from the studio to the stage for the very first time.

It’s a real treat for me to be taking my Sounds of the 70s radio show on the road. It’s going to be a great celebration and sing song of one of the greatest decades in music – we’ll talk about the artists who made it so special and will have an incredible band performing all those classic 70’s hits.

Johnnie Walker

Tickets start at £30 and go on general sale this Friday August 16th from

January 2020

  • Fri 17 Jan              The Playhouse, Weston-Super-Mare           

February 2020

  • Fri 14 Feb              Princes Theatre – Clacton
  • Thu 20 Feb           The White Rock Theatre, Hastings              
  • Fri 21 Feb              Swan Theatre, High Wycombe      
  • Mon 24 Feb          The Orchard Theatre, Dartford     
  • Wed 26 Feb          Grove Theatre, Dunstable

March 2020

  • Fri 6 Mar               The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon      
  • Fri 27 Mar            Concorde Club, Eastleigh

April 2020

  • Thu 2 Apr              Weymouth Pavilion          
  • Fri 3 Apr                Westlands, Yeovil              
  • Tue 7 Apr              Cheltenham Town Hall    
  • Wed 8 Apr            Wolverhampton Grand Theatre   
  • Fri 17 Apr              The Capitol, Horsham      
  • Fri 24 Apr              The Harlequin Theatre, Redhill      
  • Thu 30 Apr           Regent Centre, Christchurch          

May 2020

  • Thu 21 May          The Central Theatre, Chatham      
  • Fri 22 May            Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Eastbourne    

June 2020

  • Fri 5 Jun                 Dudley Town Hall              
  • Fri 12 Jun              Prince of Wales Theatre, Cannock
  • Thu 18 Jun            The Alban Arena, St. Albans           
  • Fri 19 Jun              The Beck Theatre, Hayes
  • Mon 22 Jun          Churchill Theatre, Bromley
  • Thu 25 Jun            G Live, Guildford

July 2020                             

  • Fri 17 Jul               Ipswich Regent Theatre  

September 2020               

  • Thu 3 Sep              Churchill Theatre, Bromley             
  • Fri 4 Sep                The Tivoli, Wimbourne