Graham Nash announces special UK tour – dates, venues and ticket details revealed
17 May 2023, 11:31 | Updated: 17 May 2023, 14:58
Graham Nash supports his "most personal" album yet with a string of prestigious concerts.
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Graham Nash this month releases his first album in seven years and he will be supporting it with a string of very special UK concerts.
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The 10-date jaunt includes dates at stunning concert halls like the London Theatre Royal Drury Lane and Manchester Bridgewater Hall.
In addition to those headline shows, Nash also has spots the Moseley Folk & Arts Festival in Birmingham and the British Country Music Festival in his birthplace of Blackpool.
Tickets for the live show are available to buy now.
The full tour dates are as follows:
- Tuesday 29 August – Basingstoke Anvil
- Wednesday 30 August – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
- Friday 1 September – Moseley Folk & Arts Festival, Birmingham
- Saturday 2 September – British Country Music Festival, Blackpool
- Monday 11 September – London Theatre Royal Drury Lane
- Tuesday 12 September – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
- Thursday 14 September – Gateshead Sage
- Friday 15 September – Buxton Opera House
- Sunday 17 September – Cardiff St David's Hall
- Monday 18 September – Bath Forum
- Wednesday 20 September – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
- Thursday 21 September – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
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Nash's new album Now is produced by Graham himself together with his longtime touring keyboardist Todd Caldwell, It is released on Friday (May 19) and is available to pre-save and pre-order.
It's his first studio album since 2016's This Path Tonight, which itself was his first since 2002's Songs for Survivors.
"I believe that my new album Now is the most personal one I have ever made," Nash said. "At this point in my life, that's something to say."