Dylan John Thomas To Play Huge Glasgow Arena Show

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Having achieved #2 on the Official Independent Album Chart and #21 on the Official Albums Chart, along with over 16 million streams for his self-titled debut, Dylan John Thomas, has unveiled details of his largest UK & Ireland headline tour yet.

This tour marks a significant milestone as it includes his inaugural arena headline performance at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, boasting a capacity of 14,300, following his previous sell-out success with six nights at the Barrowlands.

For Dylan, music served as a refuge during his upbringing in a foster home, inspired by the timeless melodies of artists such as Johnny Cash, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Beatles, which eventually led him to craft his own compositions. Today, his songs resonate with similar influences, often delving into the narratives of those on the fringes of society.

Supported by mentor Gerry Cinnamon, Dylan quickly carved his own path to success. His live performances have become synonymous with euphoric singalongs and lively moshpits, growing in scale with each tour. Critics have lauded his ability to connect with audiences, describing his shows as “nothing short of perfect” and filled with “exceptional entertainment.”

With hit singles like ‘Fever’, ‘Yesterday Is Gone’, ‘Jenna’, and ‘Feel The Fire’ from his acclaimed debut album, Dylan has experienced numerous milestone moments, including winning Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Scottish Music Awards and gracing stages at prestigious festivals like Glastonbury, TRNSMT, Reading and Leeds.

In addition to his headline tour, Dylan’s summer festival schedule is shaping up, with confirmed dates at TRNSMT (main stage, July 13th), Tramlines (July 26th), and Y NOT? (August 2nd-4th).

Tickets for this highly anticipated tour will be available for general sale starting at 10am on Thursday, March 28th.

5th – Belfast, Oh Yeah Centre
6th – Dublin Academy 2
7th – Liverpool, University
8th – Cardiff, Tramshed
10th – Southampton, 1865
11th – London, Scala
13th – Manchester, O2 Ritz
14th – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
15th – Birmingham, XOYO
17th – Sheffield, Leadmill
18th – Newcastle, NX
20th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro

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