Rod Stewart UK tour 2022: Dates, locations, tickets and more details confirmed

25 October 2021, 12:30 | Updated: 29 October 2021, 10:15

Rod Stewart UK tour 2022: Dates, locations, tickets and more details revealed
Rod Stewart UK tour 2022: Dates, locations, tickets and more details revealed. Picture: Getty

Rod Stewart has announced UK tour dates for 2022 ahead of his highly anticipated new album titled The Tears of Hercules.

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Rod Stewart is set to head out across the UK in 2022 as he gets ready to play eight concerts across the country.

The dates are part of Rod’s upcoming global tour that will see the music legend heading to Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States.

During Rod’s UK leg of the tour, he will visit several cities across the UK including London, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool and Newcastle.

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Rod will release his new album before heading off on his tour - The Tears of Hercules is expected to drop on November 12.

Posting on Instagram, Rod shared the news with his followers by posting a video of him performing live and mentioned that fans “don’t [want to] miss out” on the upcoming shows.

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“UK!! I’m back next year performing live, don’t miss out on tickets for this - on sale this Friday,” Rod wrote on his video caption.

Tickets for Rod’s UK shows will go on sale on Friday (October 29), you can purchase tickets here.

Rod’s huge UK tour will begin on November 16 2022 in Nottingham and will conclude on December 17 2022 in Newcastle.

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Rod Stewart. Picture: Rod Stewart

The full UK list of Rod Stewart’s tour dates for 2022:

  1. November 2022

    • November 16 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
    • November 22 - The O2, London
    • November 29 - Ovo Hydro, Glasgow
  2. December 2022

    • December 6 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
    • December 9 - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
    • December 13 - First Direct Arena, Leeds
    • December 14 - AO Arena, Manchester
    • December 17 - Utilita Arena, Newcastle