Stars of the hit series “Nashville” are set to play for audiences in England, Scotland and Ireland during a first-ever international tour this summer. The tour starting in Manchester, England on June 13, which also includes dates in Birmingham, Glasgow, Bristol and London, sold out instantly. Due to phenomenal demand a third date at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith has been added for Sunday, June 19 and a show at Dublin’s 3Arena has been added for Monday, June 20. The tour will feature cast members Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, and Sam Palladio performing songs from the series and original material.
“The ‘Nashville’ cast is comprised of individuals who excel as actors, musicians, songwriters, and performers,” said Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment. “Since the first night the series went on the air, the cast members have also become incredible ambassadors for our Tennessee home, connecting with viewers around the world via television. Everyone is thrilled about the opportunity to be face to face with our fans throughout the UK and in Ireland during these intimate, exciting performances celebrating the best of Nashville.”
Tickets for the Dublin show on Monday, June 20 go on sale Friday, April 8 at 9 a.m. GMT, at http://www.ticketmaster.ie/promo/1x2vhm.
6/13 Manchester Bridgewater Hall SOLD OUT
6/14 Birmingham Symphony Hall SOLD OUT
6/16 Glasgow Clyde Auditorium SOLD OUT
6/17 Bristol Colston Hall SOLD OUT
6/18 London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith SOLD OUT (matinee)
6/18 London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith SOLD OUT
6/19 London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith NEW SHOW ADDED
6/20 Dublin 3Arena NEW SHOW ADDED
The tour is produced by Opry Entertainment.
“Nashville” airs on six continents and in more than 70 countries, including the United Kingdom, which will air season four this spring. During its third season in the U.K., the series beat the network’s primetime average by 22% and reigned as its #1 10 p.m. show for women 16+ as well as the #2 show at 10 p.m. for total viewers. Since its debut, the show has inspired seven “Music of Nashville” soundtracks as well as a Christmas album, which have collectively sold more than one million soundtracks and millions more single tracks to date.