Daniel O'Donnell
  • London Fringe

Proving himself to be one of the best loved artists of our time, the tour will take in the length and breadth of the UK from Cardiff to Sheffield and onto Edinburgh. The thirteen night tour begins in Llandudno in April and finishing with in the spectacular London's Palladium in May.

Last year Daniel had a busy year from putting his best foot forward with Strictly Come Dancing and to the massive success of the reality TV series Daniel and Majella's B&B Road Trip.

Daniel made musical history and proved himself to be one of Ireland's most hardworking singers, by releasing an album every year since 1988. This is something which remains unmatched even with music's most longstanding stars like The Rolling Stones, Madonna and Michael Jackson. Daniel will have a tough time choosing which of his hits to play from his back-catalogue of 35 albums.

Now Daniel is back with a bang, having just completed five sold out shows at the INEC Killarney in Ireland, performing his revitalised show to over 12,000 enthusiastic fans. Such is Daniel's popularity that fans came from as far away as the USA and Australia to see him in his 'Welcome Back Concerts'.

Daniel's shows are a constant sell-out, his two Irish Christmas tour dates in Dublin later this year, sold out in just 20 minutes, causing a third sell out date to be added.

If you can't wait to hear him live check out Daniel O'Donnell's latest album The Hank Williams Songbook which is still riding high in the Irish and UK charts.

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