Legendary singer-songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jackson Browne has announced a 2017 UK tour.

The artist, who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States alone will be performing in England, Scotland and Ireland during June 2017.


The tour kicks off with four nights in Dublin, Ireland before making stops in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Gateshead, London, Birmingham, Liverpool and culminating at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.

The singer-songwriter famous for such hits as Doctor My Eyes, Running On Empty, Take It Easy and The Pretender makes his first trip back to United Kingdom since his 2014 world tour to support the release of his album Standing In The Breach.

Browne’s 14 album; Standing In The Breach reached Number 31 in the UK album charts and was rated 19 in Rolling Stone’s Top 50 albums of 2014 beating artists like Coldplay, Tom Petty, Prince and Leonard Cohen.


Tickets for Jackson Browne’s UK tour go on sale this Thursday (7th December) at 10AM, with VIP packages also available. Jackson will be embarking on a ‘Somewhat Acoustic’ tour of the US and Canada with band member Greg Leisz in April before coming to the UK.

For more information and to book tickets, visit www.JacksonBrowne.com

Jackson Browne UK Tour 2017

June 12,13,15,16 – Vicar Street, Dublin Ireland

June 18 – Festival and Kings Theatre, Edinburgh Scotland

June 19 – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow Scotland

June 21 – Sage, Gateshead England

June 25 – Royal Albert Hall, London England

June 27 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham England

June 29 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool England

June 30 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester England