Bryan Ferry announces 2020 UK tour and new classic live album

20 November 2019, 13:23

Bryan Ferry announces new album and 2020 UK tour
Bryan Ferry announces new album and 2020 UK tour. Picture: Getty

By Sian Moore

The Roxy Music star will be touring the UK and releasing an album next year – find out all the important info and how to get tickets here.

Bryan Ferry has announced he's releasing a new album next year, along with touring the UK.

Ferry's latest release, Live at the Royal Albert Hall 1974, is a recording from his first ever solo tour and is set to be released in February 2020.

The album brings together two of his previous albums, These Foolish Things and Another Time, Another Place, which were both released in the early '70s – but never performed live by the singer.

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The album will feature some of his biggest songs, including ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’, ‘The ‘In’ Crowd’, ‘Smoke Gets in Your Eyes’, and ‘I Love How You Love Me’.

He'll be kicking off his UK tour in Glasgow on 3 March 2020, travelling across the country before ending at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Tickets go on sale on Friday (22 November). You can get your hands on them here.

2020 tour dates

3 March – SEC Armadillo, Glasgow

5 March – City Hall, Newcastle

7 March – Palace Theatre, Manchester

9 March – De Montfort Hall, Leicester

11 March – Royal Albert Hall, London

13 March – Royal Albert Hall, London

Full tracklist for Live at the Royal Albert Hall 1974

1. Sympathy For The Devil

2. I Love How You Love Me

3. Baby I Don’t Care

4. It’s My Party

5. Don’t Worry Baby

6. Another Time, Another Place

7. Fingerpoppin’

8. The Tracks of My Tears

9. You Won’t See Me

10. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

11. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

12. A Really Good Time

13. The ‘In’ Crowd

14. These Foolish Things

You can purchase tickets for Bryan Ferry's tour here, and pre-order his album here.