Dean Friedman, one of the pre-eminent songwriters of his generation, announces an epic 32 date UK/Ireland tour, April-August 2019.  The tour kicks off in Belfast, Crescent Arts Centre on April, 19th 2019 and takes in The Bloomsbury Theatre, London on May 11th, 2019 and finishes up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. Tickets on sale now.

Dean Friedman will also be hosting, performing and producing two orientated SongFest – micro-music festivals which includes masterclasses in songwriting and celebrating good songs with the artists that make them. This takes place: July 20/21 at the Springfield Country Hotel, Wareham and August 27/28 at Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe.

This follows on from the huge success of Friedman’s first SongFest last year. Both SongFest will feature, legendary singer/songwriters: Chris Difford (ex Squeeze); Richard Digance; Boothby Graffoe; Tracey Curtis; Fiona Bevan; Boo Hewerdine and Kal Lavelle – with more to be announced.

Last year marked Dean Friedman’s 40th anniversary in the music industry, where he celebrated with a sold-out UK tour and the re-release of his digitally remastered, 1978 ground breaking album “Well, Well,” said the Rocking Chair’.

Friedman will be performing solo, on guitar and keyboards, featuring songs from throughout his  four decade recording career, including his classic hits:  ‘Lucky Stars’, ‘Lydia’, ‘McDonald’s Girl’, ‘Ariel’ and ‘Woman of Mine’, as well as selections from his last studio album, ’12 Songs’ – which was fan-funded.

This year marks Friedman’s 16th appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where in addition to his regular concert runs, he’s written and produced several hit children’s musicals, including ‘Smelly Feet’ – a children’s musical that really stinks!

APRIL-AUGUST  2019  Tour Dates below:- 


19 – Belfast, Crescent Arts Centre

20 – Dublin, Arthur’s Pub

21 – Dublin, Arthur’s Pub – Early 4.00pm show

25 – Conwy, Theatr Colwyn

26 – Bury, The Met

27 – Birmingham, Pizza Express Live!

28 – Liverpool, Epstein Theatre


 1 – Wigan, The Old Court

2 – Doncaster, Doncaster Little Theatre

3 – Stockton-on-Tees, Princess Alexandra Auditorium

4 – Nottingham, Poppy & Pint

5 – Grimsby, Central Hall

8 – Norwich, The Garage

11 – London, Bloomsbury Theatre

13 – Henley-on-Thames, The Crooked Billet

14 – Henley-on-Thames, The Crooked Billet

16 – Swansea, The Hyst

17 – Pentrych, Acapela Studios

19 – Leek, Leek Arts Festival /Foxlowe Arts Centre


20 – SongFest, Springfield Country Hotel, Wareham

21 –  SongFest, Springfield Country Hotel, Wareham

24 – East Hagbourne, Fleur de Lys

25 – Abergavenny, The Priory

26 – Henley-in-Arden, Henley Guild Hall

27 – SongFest, Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe

28 – SongFest, Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe

31 – Otley, The Courthouse


1 – Dumfries, Theatre Royal

  2 – Livingston, Howden Park Centre

  3 – Glasgow, Oran Mor

14 – Edinburgh Fringe Festival- St Andrew’s & St George’s West (venue #111)

15 – Edinburgh Fringe Festival – St Andrew’s & St George’s West (venue #111)

16 – Edinburgh Fringe Festival – St Andrew’s & St George’s West (venue #111)


Tickets are available from: or the venues direct.

Ticket Prices: £24 to £55  Doors Open 7:00pm or 7:30pm

SongFest, as well as registration for the ‘SongWriting Masterclasses’, can be found at www.SongFest.liveTicket prices range from £48 (Saturday or Sunday) to £68 (weekend). Masterclass registration is £195 for two, 90 minute sessions, which will be held, each day, prior to the SongFest performance schedule. SongFest performances run from 4:00pm to 11:00pm on Saturday and from 3:00pm to 10:00pm on Sunday.

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