Pop icon, singer, songwriter, actress & entrepreneur Tiffany is set to return to the UK for a special intimate tour this summer. The multiplatinum singer will be diving into her catalogue of songs performing tracks and fan favourites like “Danny”, “Radio Romance” and “I Always Thought I’d See You Again”, as well as rocking the global smash hits “I Think We're Alone Now”, “I Saw Him Standing There”, “Could've Been” and “All This Time”.
“This acoustic show is a fun interactive fan experience. I’m thrilled to step back into time with these songs, It’s a great night of music” - Tiffany
Tiffany is also gearing up to release her 11th studio album later this year and will be performing some new tracks during her string of summer shows. The new record will be paying homage to her rock roots and really showcasing her iconic voice better than ever before
Legendary pop star Tiffany broke onto the world stage in 1987 with back-to-back U.S. number one hit singles with “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been,” and set a record as the youngest female artist to top the Billboard charts with her self-titled debut album. Since then, she has sold over 15 million records and released 10 studio albums to a host of critical acclaim and success. In 2000, Billboard ranked Tiffany’s album “The Color of Silence” as the “Top Ten Best Albums of the Year.” In 2011, she released her country-pop LP “Rose Tattoo”, embracing the music she grew up on. Her 2016 critically acclaimed “A Million Miles” marked the first time Tiffany had been a co-producer on her own record. As a writer and co-producer on her 10th studio album, “Pieces of Me”, Tiffany fused elements of rock and pop, while still showcasing her trademark tendency for big radio friendly choruses. Most recently on tour Tiffany played 53 shows in the US before the pandemic to over 600,000 people and can’t wait to get back on the road again
Tiffany – Rhythm and Retro Tour Dates (Including UK Festival Dates)
18th June: Let’s Rock Festival, Edinburgh
20th June: Phase One, Liverpool
22nd June: Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
25th June: Let’s Rock Festival, Leeds
17th July: Forever Young Festival, Kildare, Ireland.
19th July: Slaughtered Lamb, London
20th July: Rough Trade, Nottingham
21st July: Retro, Manchester
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