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Midge Ure announces 2024 UK ‘Catalogue: The Hits’ tour

Midge Ure has announced details of a 2024 UK headline tour – you can find all the details below.

The soloist and former Ultravox frontman is due to head out on the road with ‘Catalogue: The Hits’ trek later this year. He’ll play tracks from his extensive career at the forthcoming shows.

“I performed live long before I was ever allowed anywhere near a recording studio and as much as I love spending time writing and recording, live music remains my first love,” Ure said in a statement.

“This ‘Catalogue’ tour will allow me to not only play a wide selection of hits from my past but perform some of the most requested favourites. Revisiting these moments from my musical life is something I am really looking forward to sharing.”

The tour will include a concert at the London Palladium as well as stop-offs in Bournemouth, Oxford, Cardiff, Sheffield, Birmingham, Hull, Leeds, Manchester, Edinburgh and other locations throughout November and December.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am GMT this Friday (March 22) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.

Midge Ure’s 2024 UK headline tour dates are:

15 – Bournemouth, Bournemouth Pavilion
17 – Truro, Hall For Cornwall
18 – Torquay, Princess Theatre
19 – London, London Palladium
22 – Portsmouth, Guildhall
23 – Oxford, New Theatre
24 – Cardiff, New Theatre 
25 – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
27 – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
29 – Guildford, G Live
30 – Sheffield, City Hall

01 – Birmingham, Symphony Hall
03 – Hull, City Hall
04 – Gateshead, Glasshouse International Centre For Music – Sage 1
05 – Scarborough, Grand Hall, Scarborough Spa
07 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena Auditorium
08 – Leeds, Grand Theatre
09 – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
12 – Aberdeen, Music Hall
13 – Perth, Concert Hall
14 – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
18 – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

Ure will also play the ’80s-themed festivals Rewind Festival Scotland and Rewind Festival North this summer.

Last year, Ure sold his catalogue of music rights to investment company MusicBird to “take the songs to new audiences”.

In other news, Live Aid – which Midge Ure organised alongside Bob Geldof – has been made into a musical that is currently being staged at The Old Vic Theatre in London.

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