Sam Ryder Announces Headline Belfast & Dublin Shows
Ulster Hall, Belfast – 17th March 2023
3Olympia Theatre, Dublin – 18th March 2023
Tickets from £26.50/€28.90 Incl. booking fee
Sam Ryder Announces Ulster Hall and 3Olympia Shows For 17th/18th March 2023
Fresh from his second-place finish at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest and his performance at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, British singer-songwriter Sam Ryder has today announced new dates for his There’s Nothing But Space Man tour. The tour arrives at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on Friday 17th March before heading to Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on 18th March 2023.
Tickets from £26.50 and €28.90 respectively including booking fees are on sale now from Ticketmaster.
Sam Ryder today announces details of his eagerly anticipated UK and Ireland tour for 2023. The 14-date tour begins in Belfast on Friday 17th March at the Ulster Hall, with Dublin’s 3Olympia on Saturday 18th March.
These live dates will give Sam’s burgeoning army of new fans a chance to see him play material from his forthcoming album ‘There’s Nothing But Space, Man!’. A consummate showman and natural live performer, Sam spent over a decade honing his craft in various bands on the pub and club circuit, doing the hard yards up and down the M1 in a transit van before his solo career achieved lift-off.
Sam’s meteoric rise has seen current single ‘Space Man’ etch itself into the nation’s consciousness with stunning performances at Eurovision and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The song reached number two in the UK single charts, becoming the highest charting UK Eurovision entry in over a quarter of a century in the process. ‘Space Man’ is now one of the biggest selling tracks of 2022 and has seen Sam quickly become a household name.
The Essex singer-songwriter first rose to prominence during lockdown when his TikTok videos began to attract plaudits from the likes of Alicia Keys, David Guetta, Justin Bieber and Sia. He has gone on to amass 13 million followers and 106m likes on the platform, making him the UK’s biggest artist on TikTok in 2021.
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