Jeff Lynne’s ELO announce ‘Alone In The Universe’ tour dates

Jeff Lynne's ELO announce 'Alone In The Universe' tour datesRock group Jeff Lynne’s ELO have announced a string of 10 UK tour dates to promote the release of the band’s new album Alone In The Universe (released 13th November).

Heading out on the road in April 2016, the tour kicks off at Liverpool’s Echo Arena before winding it’s way down to end with two nights at London’s O2 Arena.

As well as having an album to promote, the tour announcement comes on the heels of Jeff Lynne’s huge concert in London’s Hyde Park in 2014, performing some of his greatest hits (including Mr Blue Sky and Don’t Bring Me Down) to one of his largest audiences in decades.

Speaking to the Toronto Sun, Lynne said: “That lit a fire under me. I was nervous before I did it because I didn’t know if anyone would be there. But it was absolutely super. There were 50,000 people going wild. They clapped and stamped along and sang louder than me. They knew the words better than me! Once we did that, I was pretty inspired.”

Alone In The Universe tour tickets go on general sale on 13th November, with O2 priority customers being able to secure theirs 48 hours earlier.

Alone in the Universe tour dates

05/04/2016 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
07/04/2016 – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
09/04/2016 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
10/04/2016 – MEN Arena, Manchester
12/04/2016 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
14/04/2016 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
16/04/2016 – Genting Arena, Birmingham
17/04/2016 – Genting Arena, Birmingham
20/04/2016 – O2 Arena, London
22/04/2016 – O2 Arena, London

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