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Collabro announce huge 2019 tour

Their 51 date tour concludes with a show at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matthew Pagan and Thomas J. Redgrave will be taking Collabro on the road for an absolutely huge 51 date tour across the UK, culminating with a headline performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall.


How to get Collabro tickets early

Fans can access various presales for these Collabro dates.

Pre-ordering the band’s new Road To The Royal Albert Hall album will result in a presale access code for up to four tickets. Fans will then be use the code to purchase tickets from 9:00 on Tuesday 19 June 2018. To pre-order the album, head to the official Collabro store now.

Tickets will also be available through a Ticketmaster presale (no purchase necessary) from 10:00 on Thursday 21 June 2018. Fans can head to Ticketmaster.co.uk to get hands on these.

UPDATE: Note that the following shows will now go on presale from 17:00 on Tuesday 19 June 2018. All others will be available as above.

21 February 2019 – Grand Opera House, York
26 February 2019 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
28 February 2019 – Concert Hall, Perth
5 March 2019 – Town Hall, Middlesborough
7 March 2019 – Royal Hall, Harrogate
12 March 2019 – Town Hall, Cheltenham
19 March 2019 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
30 March 2019 – Mariana Theatre, Lowestoft
4 March 2019 – Sage, Gateshead
5 April 2019 – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
16 April 2019 – Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton


The band are renowned for covering songs from the world of musical theatre, as well as by popular artists. Their most recent album, Home, sees them take on songs from the likes of Les Miserables and Beauty And The Beast.

The album also features Collabro’s first ever original single Lighthouse, the release of which supported the work of charity Save The Children.

Collabro rose to fame on the eighth series of Britain’s Got Talent, going on to win the series and be voted the most popular winners ever. They have released three studio albums to date including debut Stars and sophomore release Act Two.

Former member Richard Hadfield left the band following the final of the ITV show.

Watch the quartet take on Adele’s All I Ask below:

 

Collabro kick off their 51 date run in South Shields on the 10 February 2019, taking to various intimate venues across the UK for the following three months. The run concludes with a performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Here are those dates in full:

10 February 2019 – Customs House, South Sheilds
11 February 2019 – Storyhouse, Chester
12 February 2019 – Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
14 February 2019 – Sands Centre, Carlisle
15 February 2019 – Opera House, Buxton
16 February 2019 – City Varieties, Leeds
18 February 2019 – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
19 February 2019 – City Hall, Hull
21 February 2019 – Grand Opera House, York
22 February 2019 – Lyceum Theatre, Crewe
23 February 2019 – Opera House, Blackpool
25 February 2019 – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
26 February 2019 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
28 February 2019 – Concert Hall, Perth
1 March 2019 – Queens Hall, Edinburgh
2 March 2019 – Venue Cymru, Llandudno
4 March 2019 – Sage, Gateshead
5 March 2019 – Town Hall, Middlesborough
7 March 2019 – Royal Hall, Harrogate
8 March 2019 – Victoria Theatre, Halifax
9 March 2019 – City Hall, Sheffield
11 March 2019 – Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
12 March 2019 – Town Hall, Cheltenham
14 March 2019 – Queens Theatre, Barnstaple
15 March 2019 – Playhouse, Weston-Super-Mare
16 March 2019 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
18 March 2019 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
19 March 2019 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
21 March 2019 – Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage
22 March 2019 – G Live, Guildford
23 March 2019 – The Broadway, Peterborough
25 March 2019 – Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight
26 March 2019 – Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
28 March 2019 – Princess Pavilion, Torquay
29 March 2019 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
30 March 2019 – Mariana Theatre, Lowestoft
1 April 2019 – Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells
2 April 2019 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
4 April 2019 – Hexagon, Reading
5 April 2019 – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
6 April 2019 – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
8 April 2019 – Forum, Bath
9 April 2019 – Pier Pavilion, Worthing
11 April 2019 – City Hall, Salisbury
12 April 2019 – Grand Theatre, Swansea
13 April 2019 – De Montford Hall, Leicester
15 April 2019 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
16 April 2019 – Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
18 April 2019 – Philharmonic, Liverpool
19 April 2019 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
20 April 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London

Tickets are available from 10:00 on Thursday 21 June 2018 through presale and on general sale from Friday 22 June 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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