The Kingdom Choir Announces 2019 'Stand By Me' UK Tour
The Kingdom Choir. Photo By: Steve Parsons/PA

The Kingdom Choir Announces 2019 ‘Stand By Me’ UK Tour

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LONDON (CelebrityAccess) – The Kingdom Choir, who rose to global prominence following their much-publicized performance at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier this year, have announced a U.K. tour commencing in spring 2019.

A strong blend of choral discipline and raw Gospel spiritual sound, The Kingdom Choir’s extraordinary talent and energy have kept them in high demand nationally and internationally for well over a decade, leading to many public broadcast appearances such as Songs of Praise, BBC’s The One Show, ITV Good Morning Britain and Sunday Morning Worship on BBC Radio 2. They have also featured in the film ‘Tube Tales’, the TV series Maisie Raine, an advert for Orange and have been featured alongside the BBC Philharmonic, ‘The Hurricane’ for BBC Radio 4s Easter Sunday Worship.

The Kingdom Choir have also today announced the release date and track listing for their highly anticipated debut album on Sony Music, Stand By Me. Scheduled for release on Friday 26 October, the album features the choir’s much-loved version of “Stand By Me” that they performed at the Royal Wedding.

Tickets for the ‘Stand By Me Tour’ go on sale on 5 October 2018 at 9am via LiveNation.co.uk.

U.K. Tour Dates:

30 Apr  2019             Sheffield             City Hall
02 May 2019             Southend           Cliffs Pavilion
04 May 2019             Leicester           De Montfort Hall
05 May 2019             Nottingham           Royal Concert Hall
07 May 2019             Manchester           Bridgewater Hall
08 May 2019             York           Barbican
09 May 2019             Gateshead           Sage
10 May 2019             Birmingham           Symphony Hall
12 May 2019             Ipswich           Regent Theatre
13 May 2019             Cambridge           Corn Exchange
16 May 2019             Bath           The Forum
19 May 2019             London           Royal Albert Hall
21 May 2019             Liverpool           Philharmonic Hall
22 May 2019             Glasgow           Theatre Royal
23 May 2019             Edinburgh           Usher Hall
27 May 2019             Canterbury           The Marlowe
28 May 2019             Bournemouth           Pavilion Theatre
30 May 2019             Cardiff           St David’s Hall

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