Music icon Donny Osmond has announced his first UK tour in six years. The tour will include a gig at Manchestr’s Manchester’s AO Arena.
The 2023 tour marks 50 years since Donny and his brothers first performed in the UK. Following Donny’s solo success with Puppy Love (it stayed at No.1 for five weeks), their arrival provoked scenes of hysteria not seen since The Beatles the previous decade.
Donny will perform in Manchester on Wednesday November 29. This will be just his second show on what is set to be a packed tour.
Donny’s recent album Start Again, marks a milestone 65th album for the performer. The 12 track Pop/R&B Start Again is Donny’s first full length solo album in seven years and is co-written and produced by Donny. The album was directly inspired by Donny’s own unique career journey of constant reinvention over the course of his six decades as a world recognised performer.
Osmond’s show has been quite a draw in Las Vegas. In fact, it was voted Best Production Show, Best Headliner and Best Family-Friendly Show for the 2022 Best of Vegas awards. Donny will bring the whole cast from this critically acclaimed Vegas show for this electrifying UK tour.
Tickets for Donny Osmond’s show in Manchester go on sale through ticketmaster presale at 10am on Wednesday (February 22). General sale then begins at 10am on Thursday (February 23), you can check out Ticketmaster website for details on how to buy.
Donny Osmond said:, "Performing in the UK has always felt like coming home and I’m thrilled to be returning for a tour at the end of this year. I’m bringing the whole cast from my new Las Vegas production that highlights six decades of entertaining.
“I can hardly wait to revisit those Osmondmania memories with everyone. The only difference is, they’re going to let me land at Heathrow this time.”
Donny Osmond UK tour dates 2023
- Tuesday, November 28 - Hull Bonus Arena
- Wednesday, November 29 - Manchester AO Arena
- Saturday, December 2 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
- Sunday, December 3 - Glasgow OVO Hydro Arena
- Tuesday, December 5 - Cardiff International Arena
- Wednesday, December 6 - Bournemouth International Centre
- Friday, December 8 - Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
- Saturday, December 9 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
- Sunday, December 10 - Leeds First Direct Arena
- Tuesday, December 12 - Brighton Centre
- Wednesday, December 13 - London Eventim Apollo
- Thursday, December 14 - London Eventim Apollo