Irish singer-songwriter and producer Cian Ducrot announces his first headline tour across the UK & Ireland. The new dates will see the author of ‘All For You’ play headline shows in Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin, Limerick and Cork, in addition to his previously announced Lafayette, London show on September 20th, which sold out in less than twenty four hours.
Tickets will be available on Friday, July 1st (10.00AM) here – https://cianducrot.lnk.to/
Cian’s stellar latest single ‘All For You’ was his first ever entry in the UK’s Official Singles Chart. Released in April via Polydor, Cian Ducrot self-penned the piano ballad which exploded online with more than 65M global views on TikTok and amassing over 20M plays across streaming services. Cian welcomed more than 90k new followers on TikTok, bringing his following on the platform to an 900k-strong audience. All For You was featured on ‘The Tonight Show’, where Jimmy Fallon and pop-rock star Joe Jonas performed their own improvised lyrics in a funny open verse challenge watched by over a million viewers. Cian has also co-written and produced American Idol contestant Lauren Spencer-Smith’s new single ‘Flowers’, which peaked at #17 in the UK’s Official Singles Chart.
Having released his debut EP ‘Make Believe’ in December, his honest and refreshing tunes have received critical acclaim and support from Jack Saunders and Mollie King on BBC Radio 1, and an inclusion on Amazon Music’s ‘Artists To Watch 2022’ list. Deeply autobiographical, this EP is an open door to Cian’s world, captured through raw and melancholic pop.
With the release of his debut EP, a first UK headline show and more than 57 million streams globally, 2021 was a truly remarkable year for the rising Irish artist, and things are only getting bigger. With a headline tour announced, Barn On The Farm and Forbidden Fruit festivals over the summer, and new music on the way the excitement continues to build around Cian’s upcoming projects.
30th June – 3rd July 2022 — Barn On The Farm, Gloucester
Thursday, September 15th 2022— The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Friday, September 16th 2022 — The Mash House, Edinburgh
Tuesday, September 20th 2022— Lafayette, London (SOLD OUT)
Thursday, September 22nd — The Louisiana, Bristol
Friday, September 23rd — O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
Monday, September 26th —The Workman’s Club, Dublin
Tuesday, September 27th — Dolans (Upstairs), Limerick
Wednesday, September 28th — Cyprus Avenue, Cork