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Olly Murs announces spring tour with Belfast date at SSE Arena

Published 02/09/2016

Olly Murs will be in Belfast on April 5 2017.
Olly Murs will be in Belfast on April 5 2017.

Olly Murs will be performing in Belfast and Dublin as part of his spring 2017 tour, the singer has announced.

Olly’s last tour in 2015 was a triumph selling out all 27 dates including four shows at The O2 in London.

This summer Olly played a spellbinding set to a 65,000 Hyde Park crowd as special guest to Take That further confirming his reputation as one of Britain’s very best live performers.

He will play Dublin’s 3Arena on April 3 and The SSE Arena Belfast on April 5

Tickets go on sale Friday September at 9am from all usual outlets.

The star has also announced his eagerly anticipated 5th album ’24 HRS’ out November 11.

The follow up to the million selling Never Been Better it will feature the Number 1 airplay hit You Don’t Know Love and is available for pre-order now.

After the critical and commercial success of ‘Kiss Me’, the smash hit single Olly released last Christmas, and new single ‘You Don’t Know Love’ (which he performs tomorrow night on Strictly), ’24 HRS’ promises to be the best record of his career.

Olly Murs plays:

March 2017

Fri 3rd GLASGOW, The SSE Hydro Arena

Mon 6th NEWCASTLE, Metro Radio Arena

Thu 9th LEEDS, First Direct Arena

Fri 10th SHEFFIELD, Sheffield Arena

Mon 13th NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena

Thu 16th LIVERPOOL, Echo Arena

Fri 17th MANCHESTER, Manchester Arena

Mon 20th CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena

Fri 24th BIRMINGHAM, Genting Arena


Thu 30th LONDON, The O2

Fri 31st LONDON, The O2

April 2017

Mon 3rd DUBLIN, 3Arena

Wed 5th BELFAST, The SSE Arena


The SSE Arena Box Office 9073 9074

All usual Ticketmaster outlets

24hr Credit Card Bookings 0844 277 4455

Book on line


All usual Ticketmaster outlets

24hr Credit Card Bookings 0818 719300

Book on line

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