RAG’N’BONE MAN announces Grande reserve tour
Tickets on sale Friday 6th October at ticketpro.bg and eventim.bg
BRIT & Echo Award winner, Rory Graham (aka Rag’n’Bone Man) will embark on the highly anticipated Grande Reserve Tour set to hit the continent in 2018. Performing tracks off his multi-platinum selling album ‘Human’ The Grande Reserve Tour will see Rag’n’Bone Man perform across 20 European countries throughout February, March, April and May next year. Kicking off in France on 23rd February and including a show at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace – his biggest show to date.
In 2018 The Grande Reserve Tour will visit:
Friday 23 February, France, Lille, Zenith
Monday 26 February, Denmark, Copenhagen, Vega
Tuesday 27 February, Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene
Wednesday 28 February, Sweden, Stockholm, Cirkus
Friday 2 March, Czech Republic, Prague, Forum Karlin
Thursday 8 March, UK, London, Alexandra Palace
Tuesday 24 April, Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS Live
Friday 27 April, Latvia, Riga, Palladium
Saturday 28 April, Finland, Helsinki, The Circus
Monday 30 April, Estonia, Tallinn, Kuluurikatel
Tuesday 1 May, Lithuania, Vilnius, Compensa Concert Hall
Wednesday 2 May, Poland, Warsaw, Torwar Arena
Friday 4 May, Hungary, Budapest, Papp Laszlo Arena
Saturday 5 May, Slovenia, Ljubljana, Hala Tivoli
Sunday 6 May, Serbia, Belgrade, Hala Sportova
Tuesday 8 May, Romania, Bucharest, Sala Palatului
Wednesday 9 May, Bulgaria, Sofia, Universiada Hall
Friday 11 May, Macedonia, Skopje, VIP Arena Boris Trajkovski
Saturday 12 May, Greece, Thessaloniki, Principal Club Theatre
Sunday 13 May, Turkey, Istanbul, Volkswagen Arena
Tickets for the Sofia show of Rag’n’Bone Man’s Grande Reserve Tour will be at the price from 50 to 90lv. and will be available from www.ticketpro.bg and www.eventim.bg at 11 am on Friday 6th October 2017.
About Rag’n’Bone Man
His hit single Human has now been certified Diamond in France, Platinum in 8 countries, held the number one spot on the European Airplay chart for five weeks and hit the number 1 spot on iTunes in 46 countries.
The phenomenal success of his single Human around the globe follows years of relentless performing for Rory. At the age of just 15 he started rapping in his hometown of Uckfield and then at 19, encouraged by his father, started singing at local blues nights. His combined love for blues and rap soon developed into something bigger, when he joined Brighton’s hip-hop crew The Rum Committee, regularly travelling up to London to play hip-hop nights in Brixton. The releases of his Blues Town, Wolves and Disfigured EPs earned him huge crowds across the country, firming a dedicated fan base incredibly early on in his career.
So far in 2017 Rory has won two BRIT Awards – making him the first BRITs Critics’ Choice Award winner to win Best British Breakthrough Act in the same year - sold out tours across Europe & the UK including three nights at London’s O2 Brixton Academy, and performed on The Graham Norton Show, Comic Relief, Later with Jools Holland, The Jimmy Fallon Show, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.