2014 is the year of @PaoloNutini as he announces biggest ever tour including Belfast and Dublin

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Announces His Biggest Ever Tour Including Dublin and Belfast Dates

Without doubt 2014 is the year of Paolo Nutini. Acclaimed third album ‘Caustic Love’ went straight in at number 1, quickly reaching platinum status, and now with his biggest tour to date scheduled for the autumn, including two further dates in Belfast and Dublin, Paolo Nutini looks set to cement his place as one of the country’s leading artists.

Produced by Paolo Nutini and Dani Castelar, ‘Caustic Love’ has been universally hailed by fans and critics alike. Paolo and his wonderful ten piece band have spent much of the year touring Ireland, the UK and Europe with not to-be-missed live shows.

Off the back of a sensational Glastonbury performance on The Other Stage, Paolo returns to the UK festival circuit where he will be performing as the penultimate act at this year’s T in the Park on Saturday 12th July and V Festival in August.

Paolo Nutini plays the following dates:


Fri 24th                 NEWCASTLE, Metro Radio Arena

Sat 25th                SHEFFIELD, Motorpoint Arena

Mon 27th             GLASGOW, The SSE Hydro

Tues 28th             GLASGOW, The SSE Hydro

Thu 30th              LONDON, The O2



Sun 2nd                 BELFAST, The Odyssey

Mon 3rd                DUBLIN, The O2

Wed 5th                BIRMINGHAM, LG Arena

Thu 6th                 MANCHESTER, Phones 4U Arena

Tickets for Odyssey Arena in Belfast go on general sale at 9am Thursday 10th July

(6 tickets per person/per billing address, age restrictions apply)


In person: From 100 Ticketmaster Outlets Nationwide
By Telephone (24 Hour): Northern Ireland – 0844 277 44 55 / ROI – 0818 719 300
Book On Line: www.ticketmaster.ie

The Odyssey Arena, Belfast. Odyssey Arena Box Office: Tel. 028 90 739074
Book on Line: www.odysseyarena.com


The critics praised ‘Caustic Love’, the Independent calling ‘a deep soul masterpiece’, The Standard ‘a soulful classic’, The Sun ‘a modern day soul classic’, Q ‘an excellent modern soul record’ and The Times ‘his best album to date’.



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