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When is Rag’n’Bone Man on tour in the UK and how to get tickets?

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Rag’n’Bone Man – real name Rory Charles Graham – released his album Life By Misadventure earlier this year and is now making his return to live music with a string of live gigs and UK festival dates set for this summer.

But first, fans can catch the British singer-songwriter performing at the SSE Arena at Wembley on BBC One at 7.30pm as some of the UK’s biggest music artists, including Bastille, Yungblud and Anne-Marie, come together to celebrate Team GB in a tribute to the Tokyo Olympic Games.

The Team GB Homecoming Concert is the first of two special live shows funded by the National Lottery to give the stars of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games an official welcome home.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Rag’n’Bone Man’s Life By Misadventure tour, including how to get tickets.

When is Rag’n’Bone Man on tour in the UK?

Rag’n’Bone Man will be touring the UK for almost three months as he performs at a string of gigs and festivals before starting his Life By Misadventure dates.

Here’s Rag’n’Bone Man’s full UK schedule for 2021:

  • August 19 – Kenwood House, London

  • August 22 – Hardwick Festival, County Durham

  • August 23 – Revive Live 2021, Tunbridge Wells

  • August 28 – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

  • August 29 – Big Feastival, The Cotswolds

  • September 4 – Highest Point, Lancaster

  • September 10 – The Cambridge Club, Cambridge

  • October 17 – Brighton Centre, Brighton

  • October 18 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin

  • October 19 – Waterfront Hall, Belfast

  • October 21 – O2 Academy, Leeds

  • October 22 – O2 Academy, Bristol

  • October 23 – O2 Academy, Bournemouth

  • October 25 – O2 Academy, Glasgow

  • October 26 – Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Edinburgh

  • October 28 – Pavilion, Plymouth

  • October 29 – O2 Apollo, Manchester

  • October 31 – O2 Academy, Birmingham

  • November 1 – UEA, Norwich

  • November 3 – O2 Academy, Newcastle

  • November 4 – Liverpool University, Liverpool

  • November 6 – Eventim Apollo, London

The ‘Human’ singer will then move on to European cities, with dates in Barcelona, Prague and Berlin lined up starting from March 2022.

Following on from his European tour, there are also a few confirmed UK tour dates for 2022 on Rag’n’Bone Man’s official website, beginning in June 2022:

  • June 9 – Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucestershire

  • June 10 – Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire

  • June 16 – Thetford Forest, Suffolk

  • June 17 – Delamere Forest, Cheshire

  • July 2 – Live in the Wyldes, Bude

  • July 15 – South of England Showground, Ardingly

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How to get tickets for the Rag’n’Bone Man UK tour?

You can book tickets for Rag’n’Bone Man’s live UK tour dates on Ticketmaster or via the musician’s website.

Tickets are selling quickly and many of the tour dates have already sold out, so be sure to book yours quickly to avoid disappointment.

Fans should be aware that Twickets (an ethical marketplace allowing music fans to sell and trade tickets at face value) is the only official ticket resale partner. Buying or selling tickets on any other reseller platform isn’t permitted.

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