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Craig David has announced details of a 2020 UK arena tour.
The new run of dates kicks off in Cardiff on Monday 13 April 2020 before heading to Bournemouth, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Brighton, Nottingham and London.
The Southampton-born musician is currently putting the finishing touches to his as-yet-unannounced eighth studio album.
David has teased fans on the direction of his new album with two single releases so far this year; When You Know What Love Is and his latest track Do You Miss Me Much. Watch the official video for the latter below:
Since breaking through in 1999, Craig David has become an icon of UK garage, selling over 15 million records worldwide.
His debut album Born to Do It was released in 2000, topping the UK albums chart and catapulting the singer to global fame. The album, which has also gone platinum in the US, spawned four singles, including the massive hits Fill Me In and 7 Days.
Since the release of Born to Do It Craig has released six more albums, all of which have landed within the top 20 on the Official UK Albums Chart. His last record The Time Is Now dropped in January 2018 and features guest appearances from JP Cooper, Bastille, AJ Tracey, Yxng Bane and Kaytranada.
David has a plethora of hit singles under his belt including Walking Away, Rise & Fall, What’s Your Flava and the smash Artful Dodger collaboration Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta).
Craig David and his band are set to perform some of his biggest hits live on tour next year.
Here are the dates:
13 April 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
14 April 2020 – Bournemouth International Centre
16 April 2020 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
17 April 2020 – Manchester Arena
19 April 2020 – Arena Birmingham
21 April 2020 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
22 April 2020 – Brighton Centre
24 April 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
25 April 2020 – The O2, London