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Joe Bonamassa announces May 2023 Tour

The 2023 UK tour will see Bonamassa performing songs from his 15th solo studio album “Time Clocks,”

Celebrated and award-winning blues rock guitarist and singer songwriter, Joe Bonamassa is pleased to announce five UK arena concerts in May 2023.

Dates include Bournemouth International Centre on Tuesday 9 May, Blackpool Opera House on Wednesday 10 May, Leeds First Direct Arena on Friday 12 May, Newcastle Utilita Arena on Saturday 13 May, and Birmingham Utilita Arena on Sunday 14 May.

Planet Rock will run an exclusive 48-hour ticket pre-sale from 9am UK on Wednesday 28 September via www.planetrock.com.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday 30 September at www.jbonamassa.com/tour-dateswww.ticketmaster.co.ukwww.seetickets.com, and www.gigantic.com.

The 2023 UK tour will see Bonamassa performing songs from his 15th solo studio album “Time Clocks,” his GRAMMY® Award-nominated studio album “Royal Tea,” plus classic tracks from his rich treasure trove back catalogue including the albums “Redemption”, “Blues of Desperation” and “The Ballad of John Henry”, plus many more Bonamassa fan favourites.

Joe Bonamassa Tour Dates

BOURNEMOUTH, INTERNATIONAL CENTRE TUESDAY 9 MAY 2023
BLACKPOOL, OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY 10 MAY 2023
LEEDS, FIRST DIRECT ARENA FRIDAY 12 MAY 2023
NEWCASTLE, UTILITA ARENA SATURDAY 13 MAY 2023
BIRMINGHAM, UTILITA ARENA SUNDAY 14 MAY 2023

Hailed by Guitar World as “arguably the world’s biggest blues guitarist,” Bonamassa is known for his limitless work ethic and endless hunt to expand his eclectic musical horizons. Bonamassa and his manager, Roy Weisman, furthered their 30-year partnership in 2000 by founding J&R Adventures, a 360-degree independent record label, management, marketing, and concert promotion company that has survived and thrived during one of the music industry’s most uncertain eras. In 2020, Bonamassa and Weisman created Keeping the Blues Alive Records (KTBA), releasing acclaimed new albums by such artists as Dion, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Larry McCray, and others.

Bonamassa founded the Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation in 2011 with a mission to promote and sustain music education and blues music by funding scholarships and providing music education resources to schools in need. KTBA awarded over $1M since its foundation, positively impacting more than 70,000 students across America.