Miles Kane announces UK tour dates for 2022

10 September 2021, 10:00

Miles Kane performing live in August 2021
Miles Kane performing live in August 2021. Picture: Dawn Fletcher-Park/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Miles returns with a new album and a full UK tour in January and February next year...

Miles Kane has announced details of a full UK tour for early 2022.

The musician has revealed that his latest album, Change The Show, will be released on 21 January and has lined up a series of dates.

The tour kicks off in Manchester at the Albert Hall and ends with a hometown show in Liverpool on 19 February at the O2 Academy 1.

Support for the tour will come from Scottish musician Brooke Combe who Miles recently dueted with in a soulful cover of Womack’s & Womack’s Teardrops.

Tickets for the 2022 UK tour will be available on a special pre-sale at 10am on Wednesday 8 September - fans will need to pre-order the album to gain pre-sale access.

Tickets will then be on general sale at 10am on Friday 10 September via

Miles Kane 2022 tour dates
Miles Kane 2022 tour dates. Picture: Press

Miles Kane 2022 UK tour dates

  • 28 January - Albert Hall, Manchester
  • 31 January - The Leadmill, Sheffield
  • 1 February - O2 Academy, Leeds
  • 3 February - O2 Academy, Newcastle
  • 4 February - O2 Academy, Glasgow
  • 5 February - O2 Institute, Birmingham,
  • 7 February - The Tramshed, Cardiff
  • 8 February - O2 Academy, Bristol
  • 10 February - O2 Academy 1, Oxford
  • 11 February - Engine Rooms, Southampton
  • 12 February - The Waterfront, Norwich
  • 14 February - Cambridge Junction, Cambridge
  • 15 February - Roadmender, Northampton
  • 16 February - Roundhouse, London
  • 18 February - Rock City, Nottingham
  • 19 February - O2 Academy 1, Liverpool

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