BRUNO MAJOR is pleased to announce that he will be heading out alongside Sam Smith on his UK arena tour, kicking off next month. The thirteen-date tour commences in Sheffield on the 20th March, winding up with two sold out nights at London’s O2 Arena in April. Remaining tickets for all regional dates are on sale now.

The new dates precede Bruno’s previously announced headline tour of the UK/Ireland which culminates at a sold-out Village Underground on the 9th May. Ticket links are listed below.

Bruno is currently out on a fully sold-out US tour. It follows the young Londoner’s promise to himself last year write and record one track a month throughout the year.

The songs, which sit together under the title ‘A Song For Every Moon’, were written under self-inflicted deadlines, and not without nuance, manage to sound a full body of work when listened back in their entirety. A Song For Every Moon is quite peerless.

Listen to A Song For Every Moon



20th March – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield (w/ Sam Smith)

21st March – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle (w/ Sam Smith)

23rd March – Hydro, Glasgow (w/ Sam Smith)

27th March – Arena, Manchester (w/ Sam Smith)

28th March – Arena, Manchester (w/ Sam Smith)

30th March – 3Arena, Dublin (w/ Sam Smith)

31st March – 3 Arena, Dublin (w/ Sam Smith)

3rd April – Genting Arena, Birmingham (w/ Sam Smith)

4th April – Genting Arena, Birmingham (w/ Sam Smith)

6th April –  O2 Arena, London (w/ Sam Smith)

7th April – O2 Arena, London (w/ Sam Smith)


28th April – Empire, Belfast (Headline Tour Tickets)

29th April – Workman’s Club, Dublin (Headline Tour Tickets)

1st May – Broadcast, Glasgow (Headline Tour Tickets)

3rd May – Exchange, Bristol (Headline Tour Tickets)

4th May – Institute 3, Birmingham (Headline Tour Tickets)

7th May – Bodega, Nottingham (Headline Tour Tickets)

8th May – Deaf Institute, Manchester (Headline Tour Tickets)

9th May – Village Underground, London (Headline Tour SOLD OUT)

Bruno Major splices classic singer-songwriter confessionals with sleek modern electronic production, girding the entire enterprise with hints of soul.

Based in Camden, London, Major was trained as a classical guitarist and released a live EP (appropriately called Live EP) in 2014. But he first received widespread attention in 2016, when he set out to release a new song every month for a full year, a project that would extend into 2017. He accompanied this steady stream of digital singles with regular live appearances across London. The songs are available together as the collection ‘A Song for Every Moon’.

Having recently taken his songs to major cities in Europe and the USA, Bruno Major is now undertaking a full headlining tour across the USA, UK and Ireland.


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