Tom Grennan 2019 live dates: tickets, support & more

6 December 2018, 14:14 | Updated: 6 December 2018, 14:17

Find out where you can see the Found What I've Been Looking For singer on tour, and how to buy tickets.

Tom Grennan has had a whirlwind 2018.

This year saw the singer-songwriter release his debut album, Lighting Matches, play festivals around the world, achieve a new Guinness World Record and even have a drinking sesh with Liam Gallagher.

Grennan will cap it all off with a headline performance at Kendal Calling's New Year's Eve Party alongside Manchester band Everything Everything at the O2

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Next year promises to be even better, with the Sober star already plotting dates for 2019.

See his confirmed live dates so far....

25 May: Neighbourhood Weekender - Warrington, Cheshire, UK

Tom Grennan will play the Saturday night of Warrington festival alongside the likes of George Ezra, Nothing But Thieves and more.

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26 September: Technikum M√ľnchen - Munich Germany

Tom performs live at the O2 Academy Brixton in 2018
Tom performs live at the O2 Academy Brixton in 2018. Picture: C Brandon/Redferns/ Getty Images

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29 September: GRETCHEN - Berlin, Germany

Tom Grennan in session
Tom Grennan in session. Picture: Radio X

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READ MORE: Why Tom Grennan is one of 2018's best new acts

READ MORE: Tom Grennan reveals cringe meeting with "hero" Alex Turner

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