- 11 Oct 19
Tickets for the highly anticipated tour are available now.
Due to phenomenal demand, David Gray has added a second Dublin date on his upcoming tour. In addition to his previously announced Irish shows at The SSE Arena in Belfast (March 31) and the 3Arena in Dublin (April 2), the multi-platinum singer-songwriter will now play the 3Arena on April 3, as part of his White Ladder: The 20th Anniversary Tour.
Fans can expect to hear White Ladder (the biggest-selling album of all time in Ireland) recreated by Gray with all the original band members, as well as all the original equipment. Some of Gray's other hits will also feature on the night.
To coincide with the tour, Gray is also releasing an expanded 20th anniversary edition of White Ladder on February 14. Available on CD, digital, and for the first time ever, vinyl, the newly remastered album will also feature unreleased rarities and b-sides - including the rare track 'Over My Head'.
"It’s the 20th anniversary of White Ladder, a unique record with its own remarkable history," Gray announced in a statement. "Jammed full with big, open hearted songs and flooded with a raw emotional energy. It’s an album that came from nowhere to steal the hearts of millions all over the world, completely transforming my life in the process.
"Twenty years on and it feels like White Ladder is just as alive for people now as it was back then - so to celebrate this milestone, I will be releasing a special anniversary version of the album and assembling all the original band members with all the original equipment, in order to take White Ladder out on the road and recreate the record in its entirety."
Tickets for the White Ladder 20th Anniversary Tour are available now:
WHITE LADDER: THE 20th ANNIVERSARY TOUR – UK/EUROPE DATES:
March 20th - Liverpool @ M&S Bank Arena
March 21st - Glasgow @ The SSE Hydro
March 22nd - Cardiff @ Motorpoint Arena
March 24th - Bournemouth @ International Centre
March 26th - London @ The O2 Arena
March 27th - Leeds @ First Direct Arena
March 28th - Birmingham @ Resorts World Arena
March 31st - Belfast @ The SSE Arena
April 2nd - Dublin @ 3Arena
April 3rd - Dublin @ 3Arena
April 7th - Antwerp @ Lotto Arena
April 8th - Amsterdam @ AFAS Live
April 9th - Cologne @ Palladium