Rod Stewart fans we have great news, the legendary rock star and icon has announced a string of dates for next summer.
Having already previously announced eight dates, these new GIGS will extend a European tour that will also see him play Berlin, Lisbon and more.
The UK dates will start in Bristol in May 22 and finish on 15 June in Sheffield – however there is notable omission of some major UK cities, but does this mean more dates to come?
Tickets will go on sale at 9am from Ticketmaster and AXS , so set your alarms because you don’t want to miss out on this.
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Sir Rod Stewart performs during the filming of the Graham Norton Show
Some tickets will already be on sale, as they were previously announced. Those dates in bold will go on sale at 9am on November, you can get them from Ticketmaster and AXS here.
- May 22 — Ashton Gate, Bristol
- May 25 — Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork
- May 28 — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- May 31 — St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton
- June 1 — Racecourse, York
- June 4 — Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
- June 7 — Portman Road Stadium, Ipswich
- June 8 — Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
- June 12 — AECC, Aberdeen
- June 14 — University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton
- June 15 — Bramall Lane, Sheffield
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The icon is famous for huge hits ‘Do You Think I’m Sexy’, ‘Maggie May’, and ‘Sailing’, and shot to fame in the sixities with legendary rock band ‘Faces’, of which Ronnie Wood was also a member.
Recently Stewart has spoken about his rift with rock peer Jeff Beck, and how he would love to make up with the star almost 50 years after they parted ways.
Rod sang in the legendary guitarist’s Jeff Beck Group but left in 1969 with Ronnie Wood to form The Faces.
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Rod Stewart performing during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park in Glasgow
The 73-year-old and Hi Ho Silver Lining singer Jeff, 74, are barely on speaking terms now, but Rod said: “My voice and his guitar is a match made in heaven, it would be a lovely thing. It’d be a complete left-hand turn.
“We did try it once but couldn’t see eye to eye – I mean, a serious clash of egos – but you know, never say never. I know it’s a cliche, but really, I’m up for it if he’s up for it.”
And he said that if they could make a blues-rock album together it would be “absolutely explosive”.