- 12 Sep 18
The British music luminary will be coming to Ireland before setting off for the UK leg of his tour, as he celebrates the 60th anniversary of his professional career.
Sir Cliff Richard has never been found wanting when it comes to work ethic, credentials or longevity. Since the birth of his career in 1958 the singer has amassed an illustrious record, being bettered by only The Beatles and Elvis Presley for being the top-selling artist in UK Singles Chart history, and having done so through the release of 103 albums, 123 single hits and spending the equivalent of 20 years in the UK charts...and that time he gave an impromptu performance at Wimbledon's Centre Court due to a rain delay.
The 'We Don't Talk Anymore' singer is marking all this with a 60th anniversary tour of Ireland and the UK, starting on these shores at the end of this month before embarking to Newcastle and beyond in October. He'll be starting at the INEC in Killarney on Thursday the 27th of September, Dublin's 3Arena on the 29th before ending his time here at the SSE Arena in Belfast the next night.
Tickets for Cliff Richard's anniversary tour are still available from all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, while tickets for the Belfast show can also be gotten via the The SSE Arena Box Office. Check out the full list of tour dates below.
Thursday 27th Killarney INEC
Saturday 29th Dublin 3Arena
Sunday 30th Belfast SSE Arena
Thursday 4th Newcastle City Hall
Friday 5th Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sunday 7th Sheffield City Hall
Tuesday 9th Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Wednesday 10th Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Friday 12th Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Sunday 14th London Royal Albert Hall
Monday 15th London Royal Albert Hall
Wednesday 17th Bournemouth International Centre
Thursday 18th Brighton BrightonCentre
Saturday 20th Birmingham Symphony Hall