Acclaimed vocalist/guitarist MYLES KENNEDY (Alter Bridge, Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators) is pleased to announce his return to the UK, with an eight date, full band, headline tour planned for December 2021.

Myles comments, “I’ve spent the last year dreaming of the day I would have the opportunity to return to the UK. That dream is soon to be a reality. I hope you can join the band and I as we return this December to play songs from ‘The Ides Of March’ and more. We’ll be making up for lost time by making this tour a very special one. Hope to see you there!”

The tour kicks off in Bristol on 3rd December, concluding in Bournemouth on 14th December. Tickets go on sale on Friday 20th August at 10am here, with pre-sales via O2 from Wednesday 18th August at 10am and Live Nation from Thursday 19th August at 10am.

Dates run as follows:

Fri 3rd Dec – BRISTOL O2 Academy
Sat 4th Dec – LEEDS O2 Academy
Mon 6th Dec – GLASGOW O2 Academy
Wed 8th Dec – NEWCASTLE O2 Academy
Thu 9th Dec – MANCHESTER Academy
Sat 11th Dec – LONDON O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Mon 13th Dec – BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
Tue 14th Dec – BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy
Kennedy’s second solo album, ‘The Ides Of March’, was released in May via Napalm Records.

During his time at home due to all touring being cancelled, Myles created the framework for the song ideas that would make up ‘The Ides Of March’. He then called up his cohorts from his ‘Year Of The Tiger’ debut — Zia Uddin and Tim Tournier — and the three musicians drove to Florida to record the album with longtime producer Michael ‘Elvis’ Baskette.

From the slide guitar riffs of ‘Get Along’ to the pensive blues of closer ‘Worried Mind’ by way of hit single ‘In Stride’, it is clear that Myles has crafted a formidable follow up to his debut solo collection. While ‘Year Of The Tiger’ was more of an acoustic exploration through Myles’s mind, ‘The Ides Of March’ finds him strapping on his electric guitar and challenging himself as a guitarist and songwriter. Tracks like ‘A Thousand Words’, ‘Wake Me When It’s Over’ and ‘Moonshot’ showcase the diverse musical arrangements that have garnered Myles fans globally across all of his projects. The epic title track ‘The Ides Of March’ clocks in at over seven minutes, and resoundingly displays the extraordinary musical chops of all involved.