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Paolo Nutini to play Belfast Odyssey Arena gig

Published 08/07/2014

Paolo Nutini plays Belfast Odyssey Arena on November 2
Paolo Nutini plays Belfast Odyssey Arena on November 2

Scottish singer Paolo Nutini has been confirmed for Belfast and Dublin arena gigs.

The Paisley-born singer-songwriter will play Belfast's Odyssey Arena on November 2 and Dublin's O2 the following night.

Off the back of a sensational Glastonbury performance on The Other Stage, Paolo returns to the UK festival circuit where he will be performing as the penultimate act at this year’s T in the Park on Saturday 12 July and V Festival in August.

Paolo and his ten piece band is also due to play this year's Electric Picnic in Co Laois.

The New Shoes singer made a return to the charts this year following the release of his third album Caustic Love, which went straight to number one in the UK.

Tickets for Odyssey Arena in Belfast and The O2 in Dublin go on general sale at 9am Thursday, July 10.

In the meantime Paolo has shared a video for his new single, ‘Let Me Down Easy’ (below) via YouTube. The song was performed at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, London.

Paolo Nutini UK and Ireland tour dates


Fri 24 Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

Sat 25 Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena

Mon 27 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

Tues 28 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

Thu 30 London, O2


Sun 2 Belfast, The Odyssey

Mon 3 Dublin, The O2

Wed 5 Birmingham, LG Arena

Thu 6 Manchester, Phones 4U Arena

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