Beth Hart Announces April & May 2018 UK Tour

Beth Hart has announced her biggest UK tour to date. The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and her band will return to these shores for a 14-date tour of the UK and Ireland in April and May 2018.

The tour will start at Dublin’s Vicar Street on Tuesday 10th taking her  through to an already sold out concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Friday 4th May and an appearance at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival the following day. Special guests on the tour are the Kris Barras Band. Tickets are on sale from

Before then, fans can see Hart in more intimate surrounding for three previously announced solo dates soon at Leeds Town Hall on Monday 30th October 2017, Bath Forum on Wednesday 1st November 2017, and Coventry Cathedral on Friday 3rd November 2017. More information on these dates can be found at RAMzine by clicking here and there are still limited tickets available at the time of writing. For a full list of Beth Hart’s 2018 UK tour see below.


Dublin Vicar StreetTuesday 10th April

Ipswich Regent Theatre – Thursday 12th April

Bexhill De La Warr PavilionSaturday 14th April

Nottingham Royal Concert HallSunday 15th April

Oxford New Theatre – Wednesday 18th April

Folkestone Leas Hall – Thursday 19th April

Cardiff St David Hall – Saturday 21st April

Cambridge Corn Exchange – Tuesday 24th April

Blackpool Opera HouseThursday 26th April Beth Hart by Martin Tierney

Hull City Hall – Friday 27th April

Reading Hexagon – Monday 30th April

Portsmouth Guildhall – Tuesday 1st May

London Royal Albert Hall – Friday 4th May (Sold Out)

Cheltenham Jazz Festival – Saturday 5th May


About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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