The LM5 tour kicks off in October of next year.
Olly Murs has announced the release of his new album You Know I Know, due for release on the 9 November 2018.
The news follows the release of his latest single Moves, featuring hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg.
Alongside You Know I Know, Olly has announced a headline UK tour, kicking off in Aberdeen on Wednesday 1 May 2019 for a sixteen date run that includes two nights at London’s O2. He’ll be joined on the tour by X Factor winners Rak-Su.
Marking his sixth album, You Know I Know celebrates a decade at the top of the charts. As well as a CD filled with new tracks led by Moves, the release will also feature a collection of greatest hits looking back at Olly Murs’ career to date.
For the new material, Olly has teamed up with the likes of Nile Rogers, who appears on Feel The Same, and with Shaggy – who joins Murs on the title track.
The collection of greatest hits includes the likes of breakthrough single Please Don’t Let Me Go, as well as collaboration with Rizzle Kicks Heart Skips A Beat, and hits from his most recent 24HRS release You Don’t Know Love and Grow Up.
Fans can get early access to Olly Murs tickets by pre-ordering his new album You Know I Know before 15:00 on Tuesday 9 October 2018 through his official store.
Information will then be provided on how to access tickets in the presale which opens at 9:30 on Wednesday 10 October 2018.
Now established as a judge on The Voice, Olly has five multi-platinum albums to his name including four No.1s, four chart topping singles, and over 17.5 million followers across his social media.
Olly’s sixteen date arena tour, joined by Rak-Su, will take to the following venues:
1 May 2019 – BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
3 May 2019 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
6 May 2019 – Capital Arena, Nottingham
9 May 2019 – Bournemouth international Centre, Bournemouth
10 May 2019 – Genting Arena, Birmingham
13 May 2019 – 3Arena, Dublin
14 May 2019 – SSE Arena, Belfast
16 May 2019 – The O2, London
17 May 2019 – The O2, London
20 May 2019 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
23 May 2019 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
24 May 2019 – Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
28 May 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
30 May 2019 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
31 May 2019 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
7 June 2019 – The Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester