James Bay announces Irish gigs

James Bay announces Irish gigs

To celebrate the release of his number one debut album 'Chaos And The Calm' James Bay has today announced that he will be going in September this year.

The tour will consist of 12 cities including the Ulster Hall, Belfast on October 11 and The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on October 14.

The 24-year-old has taken the music scene by storm in the last few months, with his album and hit single - Hold Back The River - landing number one spots both Ireland and the UK.

On Friday One Direction’s Niall Horan posted this photo on his Instagram with the caption; “Loving the new album @jamesbaymusic , some crackin tunes!”

So we can imagine this has quickly spread his name to the four corners of the globe.

Congrats James!

Tickets go on sale this Thursday, April 2 at 9am and we're pretty sure these will sell out fast.

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