Following on from his stint on Broadway’s ‘Kinky Boots’ and the release of 2018 global hit ‘Whenever,’ which to date has reached nearly 200 million streams, Conor Maynard has announced his triumphant return, with a host of live shows around the UK, Ireland and Europe for later this year.
Since bursting onto the music scene seven years ago with his debut single ‘Can’t Say No’ and his debut album hitting the Number One position, Conor Maynard has gone from strength to strength as a singer and song-writer, record producer, YouTube star and actor.
To date, he is one of the biggest acts on YouTube, with more than eight million YouTube subscribers, gaining over a phenomenal 1.5 billion views.
Additionally, he has over seven million fans on Facebook and nearly two million followers on Instagram. He is one of the most successful UK artists on streaming service Spotify, with more than twelve million listeners per month.
In news set to delight fans, Conor Maynard has been working incredibly hard on new music for his fans. When speaking about his new music in an exclusive interview with CelebMix in late 2018, the ‘Vegas Girl’ hit-maker explained:
“It’s going to be a natural development. It’s been over six year since I released my first album – I released my first album when I was nineteen. I think that there is definitely going to be a natural progression in the sound. It won’t be a million miles away, but I think definitely a little bit more grown up and a lot better.”
You can check out the full exclusive interview by clicking here.
His tour will kick off in Sweden, before travelling to various other European cities, followed by several dates in the UK and wrapping up the tour in Ireland. A full list of tour dates is as follows:
Saturday 5 October 2019: Sweden, Stockholm – Klubben;
Sunday 6 October 2019: Norway, Oslo – Vulkan;
Monday 7 October 2019: Denmark, Copenhagen – Lille Vega;
Wednesday 9 October 2019: Germany, Berlin – Coloumbia Theatre;
Thursday 10 October 2019: Germany, Munich – Technikum;
Saturday 12 October 2019: Germany, Cologne – Kantine;
Sunday 13 October 2019: Netherlands, Amsterdam – Melkweg Old Hall;
Tuesday 15 October 2019: Belgium, Antwerp – Zappa;
Wednesday 16 October 2019: France, Paris – Alhambra;
Sunday 20 October 2019: Scotland, Glasgow – SWG3;
Monday 21 October 2019: United Kingdom, Manchester – O2 Ritz;
Wednesday 23 October 2019: United Kingdom, Birmingham – O2 Institute;
Thursday 24 October 2019 – United Kingdom, London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire;
Saturday 26 October 2019 – Ireland, Dublin – The Academy.
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased by clicking here.