Alt-indie English singer Declan McKenna has announced an upcoming UK and Ireland tour for March 2024 in support of his upcoming album “What Happened To The Beach?”.
The 14-date run will kick off at the Great Hall in Cardiff on March 23, 2024. Then, the trek will make stops in Norwich, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, Leicester, Bristol, Wolverhampton, London and Brighton. The tour will conclude at the O2 Academy in Bournemouth on April 14, 2024.
McKenna is set to play his biggest headline show to date on April 12, 2024 at the Alexandra Palace in London.
The UK-born artist recently announced his third album “What Happened To The Beach?”, set to be released on February 9 via his own label, Tomplicated Records. Pre-order the album here.
A press release described the LP as “an album that revels in both space and atmosphere,” with the singer explaining that the tracks are much looser.
Declan McKenna 2024 UK and Ireland tour dates:
23 – Great Hall, Cardiff University
24 – UEA, Norwich
25 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
27 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
29 – O2 Academy, Sheffield
1 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
2 – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin
5 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
8 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
9 – Beacon, Bristol
10 – The Halls, Wolverhampton
12 – Alexandra Palace, London
13 – Brighton Centre, Brighton
14 – O2 Academy, Bournemouth