Paul Weller Announces 2024 UK Tour

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Paul Weller has announced details for an upcoming UK tour, set to kick off next year. The new list of shows follows the icon’s recent live shows around Europe throughout this year. He also performed at Wembley Stadium as the supporting act for Blur.

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Weller is best known as the frontman of the legendary band The Jam and for his highly successful solo career. Weller was and still is integral in the Mod Revival, which has led him to be fondly known as the “The Modfather.”

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His singing and songwriting skills have earned him several prestigious awards, including multiple Brit Awards, a “Lifetime Achievement Award,” and an “Outstanding Contribution to Music.” In 2010 he won the “Godlike Genius Award” at the NME Awards, as well as the ‘Ivor Novello “Lifetime Achievement Award,” which cemented his status as one of the most iconic musicians in British rock history.

Weller also had a tour earlier in 2023, which followed the publication of his new book, Magic: A Journal of Song in April. Magic combines a selection of over 100 lyrics from across his musical life, from The Jam’s punk sensibilities to the genre-defying Style Council, through to a remarkable 30-year solo career.

His third Genesis edition, Magic is narrated by Weller and illustrated with more than 450 photographs and pieces of ephemera throughout. A revealing commentary garnered over a series of conversations with journalist and author Dylan Jones covers the songs, the stories and inspirations behind them, and all of the 28 albums of Weller’s ever-evolving musical journey.

Visit Paul Weller’s official website for ticket information.

Paul Weller 2024 Tour Dates:
4 – Lighthouse, Poole
5 – Beacon, Bristol
6 – ICC Wales, Newport
8 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
9 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
11 – City Hall, Sheffield
12 – Victoria Hall, Stoke
13 – Globe Theatre, Stockton
15 – Alhambra, Dunfermline
16 – King George’s Hall, Blackburn
17 – Barbican, York
19 – Engine Shed, Lincoln
20 – Waterside, Aylesbury
21 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge

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