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Will Young

Will Young Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 63,273
Category Pop
Concerts
Aug
12
Jacaranda Baltic
Liverpool
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Sep
03
Palace Theatre
Southend-on-sea
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Sep
04
Beck Theatre
Hayes
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Sep
05
The Concert Hall
Reading
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Sep
07
The Forum
Barrow-in-furness
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Sep
08
Grand Opera House
York
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Sep
10
Spa Royal Hall & Theatre
Bridlington
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Sep
11
King’s Hall & Winter Garden
Ilkley
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Sep
12
Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre
Stamford
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Sep
14
University of Wolverhampton at The Wulfrun Hall
Wolverhampton
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Sep
15
Y Theatre
Leicester
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Sep
16
Theatre Severn
Shrewsbury
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Sep
18
Royal and Derngate
Northampton
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Sep
20
Shanklin Theatre
Shanklin
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Sep
28
The Gaiety Theatre
Ayr
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Sep
29
Eden Court
Inverness
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Oct
01
Gardyne Theatre Ltd
Dundee
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Oct
02
THE TIVOLI THEATRE COMPANY LTD
Aberdeen
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Oct
04
The Queen's Hall
Edinburgh
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Oct
05
Clyde Rooms
Glasgow
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Oct
06
The Glasshouse International Centre for Music
Gateshead
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Oct
08
Fire Station Arts Centre
Sunderland
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Oct
09
Floral Pavilion Theatre
New Brighton
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Oct
10
Lyceum Theatre
Crewe
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Oct
12
Scarborough Spa
Scarborough
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Oct
13
Storyhouse
Chester
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Oct
15
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield
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Oct
16
New Theatre Royal Lincoln
Lincoln
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Oct
17
City Varieties Music Hall
Leeds
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Oct
19
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Aberystwyth
Tickets
Oct
20
RNCM (Royal Northern College of Music)
Manchester
Tickets
Oct
28
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Guildford
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Oct
29
Cambridge Junction
Cambridge
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Oct
31
Key Theatre
Peterborough
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Nov
02
The Apex
Bury St. Edmunds
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Nov
03
The Glee Club Cardiff
Cardiff
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Nov
05
Gloucester Guildhall
Gloucester
Tickets
Nov
06
Exeter Corn Exchange
Exeter
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Nov
07
Queen's Theatre
Barnstaple
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Nov
09
Corn Exchange
Newbury
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Nov
10
Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts
Poole
Tickets
Nov
11
Assembly Hall Theatre
Tunbridge Wells
Tickets
Nov
13
Chelmsford Theatre
Chelmsford
Tickets
Nov
14
Worthing Assembly Hall
Worthing
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Nov
15
St George's Church
The City Of Brighton And Hove
Tickets
Nov
17
Cheltenham Town Hall
Cheltenham
Tickets
Nov
18
Wyvern Theatre
Swindon
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Nov
19
St George's Bristol
Bristol
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Nov
21
Princess Pavilion
St Ives
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Nov
25
Cadogan Hall
London
Tickets
Nov
26
Will Young - Light It Up Live 2024
London
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Nov
27
Cadogan Hall
London
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Nov
29
The Glasshouse International Centre for Music
Gateshead
Tickets
Dec
01
RNCM (Royal Northern College of Music)
Manchester
Tickets
Dec
02
St George's Bristol
Bristol
Tickets
Dec
04
The Glee Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Tickets
About Will Young
William Robert Young (born January 20, 1979), is a British singer and actor. He catapulted to fame after winning the inaugural UK Pop Idol contest. Young was born in Wokingham, Berkshire, with a non-identical twin, Rupert. He was educated at Horris Hill preparatory school and Wellington College. He then attended the University of Exeter where he read Politics. At university, some of Young's old haunts included Timepiece, The Old Firehouse, and Harry's, where he used to work. In September 2001, he became a student at the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, London, starting a three-year course in musical theatre with a scholarship. In February 2002 Young came to national prominence by singing in and winning the ITV television programme contest Pop Idol. Contrary to popular belief, Will was not a surprise winner when beating Gareth Gates in the final show; in fact, he gained the most votes nearly every week throughout the entire finals. A lot of 'casual' viewers of Pop Idol may have been surprised at Will's victory because Gareth had got a lot of publicity (partly) due to his stutter, perhaps creating the illusion that he was more likely to win than Will. Young's first single was a double A-side featuring Westlife's song "Evergreen" and "Anything Is Possible", a new song written for the winner of the show by Cathy Dennis. This became the fastest-selling debut in UK chart history selling 403,027 copies on its day of release. It went on to sell over 1.4 million copies and in the official list of the all-time best-selling singles in the UK issued later that year, it appeared 12th. Will subsequently made headlines by revealing he was gay. He went on to win the Brits Best Breakthrough Act Award and a plethora of other awards, including most recently Best Artist in the Digital Music Awards October 2004. Early singles of note include "Light My Fire" (done José Feliciano style), "Leave Right Now", and "Friday's Child". The latter is the title of his second album, which was largely self-penned, went five-times platinum, also receiving awards and critical acclaim. Young received his second Brit Award in February 2005 for his co-written single "Your Game". Following sell out theatre and arena tours in 2004, he toured again at outside festival venues in Summer 2005. On July 6, 2005, he performed at Edinburgh 50,000 - The Final Push, the final concert of Live 8, where he did a duet with James Brown on "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag". His third album, Keep On was released in November 2005, together with the first single from same, "Switch It On". At the beginning of November, several of his belongings were stolen from his home. This included thousands of pounds sterling worth of designer clothing, some pictures of Will in drag outfits, and his laptop which contained lyrics to a number of songs Will had been working on. Although the photos were found in a nearby park later, the laptop and clothing still remains missing. (1) Young has also broadened his repertoire by launching an acting career, taking a role in the BBC film, Mrs. Henderson Presents, starring Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins, with Will playing the character of 'Bertie'. The film went on release in the UK on 25 November 2005, and received excellent reviews, not least for Young's performance as actor and singer in the movie. It includes a scene in which he appears naked. Will Young supports the charity Women's Aid, about which he wrote: "I am proud to put my name beside this cause and hope that I may be able to help more people affected by the terrors of domestic violence as well as help to create a wider awareness within our society." Will also supports Mencap and Positive Action Southwest (PASW) for which he performed at his first solo concert in July 2003 at Killerton Hall, Exeter.
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Will Young Tour Cities
Ilkley, United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Shanklin, United Kingdom Chelmsford, United Kingdom Southend-On-Sea, United Kingdom Bridlington, United Kingdom Poole, United Kingdom St Ives, United Kingdom York, United Kingdom Newbury, United Kingdom Cambridge, United Kingdom Gloucester, United Kingdom Ayr, United Kingdom Stamford, United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom Chester, United Kingdom Cardiff, United Kingdom Aberdeen, United Kingdom Crewe, United Kingdom Northampton, United Kingdom Leeds, United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Scarborough, United Kingdom Bristol, United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom Barrow-In-Furness, United Kingdom Guildford, United Kingdom Hayes, United Kingdom Sunderland, United Kingdom Dundee, United Kingdom Aberystwyth, United Kingdom Worthing, United Kingdom Cheltenham, United Kingdom Peterborough, United Kingdom Lincoln, United Kingdom Liverpool, United Kingdom Leicester, United Kingdom Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom Swindon, United Kingdom Exeter, United Kingdom Inverness, United Kingdom Barnstaple, United Kingdom Gateshead, United Kingdom Wolverhampton, United Kingdom Shrewsbury, United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom

Frequently Asked Questions About Will Young

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Will Young on tour?

Yes, Will Young is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Will Young concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Will Young tour is scheduled for 56 dates across 47 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Will Young scheduled to play?

Will Young is scheduled to play 56 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Will Young tour start?

Will Young’s tour starts Aug 12, 2024 and ends on Dec 04, 2024. They will play 47 cities; their most recent concert was held in Liverpool at Jacaranda Baltic and their next upcoming concert will be in London at Cadogan Hall.

What venues is Will Young performing at?

As part of the Will Young tour, Will Young is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Aug 12 - Liverpool, England @ Jacaranda Baltic
Sep 03 - Southend-on-sea, United Kingdom @ Palace Theatre
Sep 04 - Hayes, UK @ Beck Theatre
Sep 05 - Reading, United Kingdom @ The Concert Hall
Sep 07 - Barrow-in-furness, United Kingdom @ The Forum
Sep 08 - York, United Kingdom @ Grand Opera House
Sep 10 - Bridlington, United Kingdom @ Spa Royal Hall & Theatre
Sep 11 - Ilkley, United Kingdom @ King’s Hall & Winter Garden
Sep 12 - Stamford, United Kingdom @ Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre
Sep 14 - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom @ University of Wolverhampton at The Wulfrun Hall
Sep 15 - Leicester, United Kingdom @ Y Theatre
Sep 16 - Shrewsbury, United Kingdom @ Theatre Severn
Sep 18 - Northampton, United Kingdom @ Royal and Derngate
Sep 20 - Shanklin, United Kingdom @ Shanklin Theatre
Sep 28 - Ayr, United Kingdom @ The Gaiety Theatre
Sep 29 - Inverness, United Kingdom @ Eden Court
Oct 01 - Dundee, Scotland @ Gardyne Theatre Ltd
Oct 02 - Aberdeen, United Kingdom @ THE TIVOLI THEATRE COMPANY LTD
Oct 04 - Edinburgh, United Kingdom @ The Queen's Hall
Oct 05 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Clyde Rooms
Oct 06 - Gateshead, United Kingdom @ The Glasshouse International Centre for Music
Oct 08 - Sunderland, England @ Fire Station Arts Centre
Oct 09 - New Brighton, United Kingdom @ Floral Pavilion Theatre
Oct 10 - Crewe, United Kingdom @ Lyceum Theatre
Oct 12 - Scarborough, United Kingdom @ Scarborough Spa
Oct 13 - Chester, United Kingdom @ Storyhouse
Oct 15 - Sheffield, United Kingdom @ Sheffield City Hall
Oct 16 - Lincoln, United Kingdom @ New Theatre Royal Lincoln
Oct 17 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ City Varieties Music Hall
Oct 19 - Aberystwyth, United Kingdom @ Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Oct 20 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ RNCM (Royal Northern College of Music)
Oct 28 - Guildford, United Kingdom @ Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Oct 29 - Cambridge, United Kingdom @ Cambridge Junction
Oct 31 - Peterborough, United Kingdom @ Key Theatre
Nov 02 - Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom @ The Apex
Nov 03 - Cardiff, United Kingdom @ The Glee Club Cardiff
Nov 05 - Gloucester, United Kingdom @ Gloucester Guildhall
Nov 06 - Exeter, United Kingdom @ Exeter Corn Exchange
Nov 07 - Barnstaple, United Kingdom @ Queen's Theatre
Nov 09 - Newbury, United Kingdom @ Corn Exchange
Nov 10 - Poole, United Kingdom @ Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts
Nov 11 - Tunbridge Wells, Kent @ Assembly Hall Theatre
Nov 13 - Chelmsford, United Kingdom @ Chelmsford Theatre
Nov 14 - Worthing, United Kingdom @ Worthing Assembly Hall
Nov 15 - The City Of Brighton And Hove, United Kingdom @ St George's Church
Nov 17 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom @ Cheltenham Town Hall
Nov 18 - Swindon, United Kingdom @ Wyvern Theatre
Nov 19 - Bristol, ENG @ St George's Bristol
Nov 21 - St Ives, United Kingdom @ Princess Pavilion
Nov 25 - London, United Kingdom @ Cadogan Hall
Nov 26 - London, United Kingdom @ Cadogan Hall
Nov 27 - London, United Kingdom @ Cadogan Hall
Nov 29 - Gateshead, United Kingdom @ The Glasshouse International Centre for Music
Dec 01 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ RNCM (Royal Northern College of Music)
Dec 02 - Bristol, ENG @ St George's Bristol
Dec 04 - Cardiff, United Kingdom @ The Glee Club Cardiff
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