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Moore headlines UK, Europe shows

Friday, December 2, 2022 – Kip Moore will headline shows in the United Kingdom and Europe in May, he said today.

The tour kicks off in Hamburg, Germany on May 13 and winds up in Belfast, Northern Ireland two weeks later.

Moore will also headline the inaugural Country and Americana festival, Highways, taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall on Saturday, May 20. The evening's lineup also includes Morgan Wade who Moore recently collaborated with on his track "If I Was Your Lover," as well as Jackson Dean and Stephen Wilson Jr.. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. GMT on Friday, Dec. 9 at and

"We've made it a big priority of ours to keep coming back to the U.K. and Europe over the years. We feel a very genuine connection with the fans there, and I'm looking forward to playing some new cities for the first time too," said Moore. "To get to headline Royal Albert Hall and launch Highways festival is a true bucket list moment for me. Royal Albert Hall is so legendary, I feel very grateful to get to play there."

Tour dates are:
May 13 Hamburg, DE - Grosse Freiheit 36
May 14 Cologne, DE - Die Kantine
May 17 Amsterdam, NL - Melkweg/ The Max
May 19 Birmingham, UK - O2 Institute Birmingham
May 20 London, UK - Royal Albert Hall
May 21 Leeds, UK - O2 Leeds Academy
May 24 Gateshead, UK - Sage-Gateshead
May 25 Manchester, UK - O2 Ritz Manchester
May 26 Glasgow, UK - O2 Academy Glasgow
May 27 Belfast, UK - Botanic Gardens

Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 9 at 10 a.m. GMT at

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