Dan Owen announces European and UK headline tour alongside new single ‘Moonlight’

Posted on 11 December 2016
By Kenny Baker
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Dan Owen has announced an extensive European and UK headline tour, running through March and April next year. To celebrate the news Dan has revealed the video for his new single ‘Moonlight’, out now through LAB Records.

The video is a black and white montage of his recent touring success, capturing moments from his sold out headline London shows at St. Pancras Old Church and The Waiting Room, while also including footage of his recent UK and European tours with Birdy and Kaleo.

On his forthcoming headline tour Dan will play nine European dates, kicking off on March 1st in Ghent, Belgium and finishing in Paris, France on March 11th, with many of the shows already sold out.

Following this Dan will play 15-dates in the UK, starting in Manchester on April 3rd and finishing with his biggest London headline show to date at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on April 26th.

2016 has been a remarkable year for Dan. It saw him release the Open Hands and Enemies EP, which entered the Top 40 iTunes Album Chart and went straight in at No.1 in the Singer/Songwriter Chart upon release. It’s already spawned the critically acclaimed single ‘Moonlight’, and the viral hit ‘Made To Love You’.

The latter has clocked up well over 2.8 MILLION plays on Spotify and topped the platform’s Viral Chart in France, reached No.2 in Belgium and charted in a further four countries.

To end the year Dan heads out on a nine-date headline tour of Ireland this month, starting at a sold out Ruby Lounge, Dublin on December 8th and coming full circle to finish upstairs at Whelan’s, Dublin on December 18th. Preceding this, Dan will play two consecutive sold out hometown headline shows at The Wightman Theatre, Shrewsbury, tomorrow (Dec 2nd) and December 3rd. Full Dan Owen tour dates and tickets can be found at www.danowenmusic.com

With many more exciting announcements to follow through 2017, Dan is set to cement himself as one of the UK’s most promising new voices and brightest future stars with his deep, soulful, blues-infected tones.