Suzanne Vega has announced that she will be hitting the road next year for a winter UK tour. Tickets go on sale on Friday, June 24, at 10am BST. You can check out the full list of dates below.
The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter – whose most recent album was 2020’s An Evening Of New York Songs And Stories – will kick off the tour at Bexhill On Sea’s De La Warr Pavilion on February 11, 2023.
Vega will then make stops in Ipswich, Northampton, Edinburgh, York, Cambridge, Cardiff and more, before wrapping up the tour at London’s Royal Festival Hall on March 2.
Ahead of her 2023 tour, Vega will be performing at a number of UK festivals this summer, including Cambridge Folk Festival on July 29 and Underneath The Stars Festival on July 31.
She will also be at Glastonbury this weekend, where she will headline the Acoustic Stage on Sunday, June 26. Other headliners on the same stage include Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott on June 24, and The Waterboys on June 25.
The likes of The Undertones, Richard Thompson, Tony Christie, the Bootleg Beatles, The Shires, Brian Kennedy, Mary Coughlan, Scouting For Girls, Fisherman’s Friends, Laura Veirs, Terry Reid and this year’s Emerging Talent Competition winner, Lewis McLaughlin, will also perform on the Acoustic Stage.
In other Glastonbury news, Ukrainian Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra have been announced to perform at this year’s festival. The group won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Turin last month with the song “Stefania”.
The band have now been confirmed to appear at Glastonbury 2022, which will also mark their first ever UK performance. Kalush Orchestra will perform on the Truth Stage in Shangri-La at 1:10am on Friday night/Saturday morning.
Suzanne Vega’s 2023 UK tour dates are as follows:
February 11 – Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion
February 12 – Basingstoke, Anvil
February 14 – Ipswich, Corn Exchange
February 15 – Northampton, Royal & Derngate
February 16 – Buxton, Opera House
February 18 – Gateshead, Sage
February 19 – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
February 20 – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
February 22 – York, Barbican
February 23 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
February 25 – Bath, Forum
February 26 – Cardiff, St David’s Hall
February 28 – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
March 2 – London, Royal Festival Hall.