We are sorry to announce that the Rod Stewart shows at The O2 are having to be rescheduled due to a throat infection.
Friday 25th November is now being moved to Sunday 26th February 2017, and Saturday 26th November is being moved to Monday 27th February 2017.
All tickets and parking for the show on Friday 25th November remain valid for the rescheduled show on Sunday 26th February 2017. All tickets and parking for Saturday 26th November remain valid for the rescheduled show on Monday 27th February 2017.
Fans will have the chance to see Rod perform a set of both classics and new hits in his dazzling signature style as he travels the length and breadth of the UK through November and December this year (and Feb 2017), visiting Liverpool Arena, London The O2, Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, Manchester Arena, Glasgow The SSE Hydro and more.
With no shortage of chart-topping tracks, the ‘From Gasoline Alley to Another Country Hits 2016’ tour will captivate fans, truly living up to its name with performances of show stopping classics spanning five decades including: You Wear It Well, Maggie May, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy, Baby Jane, The First Cut is the Deepest, I Don’t Want To Talk About It, Tonight’s The Nigh, The Killing of Georgie and Sailing. Not only that, he will play his hits off his most recent platinum-selling albums ‘Time’ and ‘Another Country’.
Rod Stewart commented, “What a great line-up of venues. These are some of my favourite buildings in my favourite cities. I give you fair warning – fasten your seat belts. I’m pulling out all the stops! “
Rod Stewart is one of the best selling artists in the history of recorded music, with over 200 million records sold worldwide. His signature voice, style and haircut have transcended all genres of popular music, from rock & roll, new wave and even tackling the Great American Song Book; making him one of the few stars to enjoy continued success over five decades. He has garnered two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and won countless awards including a Grammy and the ASCAP Founders Award for songwriting. Rod Stewart is sure to enjoy many more years of success in the studio and on the stage alike.