Alexandra Burke: "I can't wait to get my tour going"
Alexandra Burke has announced dates for her debut UK Tour.
The All Night Long Tour 2011 will kick off on January 20th, with some 18 dates across the UK including a date at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo on February 10th.
The Islington star, whose single 'Start Without You' is currently No. 1 on the Big Top 40 , told us shes already started planning her stage show: Ive already designed the show in my head but cant decide what the stage will be like. Im having meetings next week to work out what I really want but Ive always taken inspiration from other artists as I think its important we bounce off each other, but I just cant wait to get it going.
Alexandra is currently working on her new album, after celebrating her third No.1 single. She told us: The support Ive seen with this single is amazing. I cannot be everybodys cup of tea, so if you dont like it I just hope it makes you smile. It made smile, the first time I heard it and I thought this is me. I have to record it.
Her debut No.1 album 'Overcome' will get a re-issue before Christmas, with five new tracks. A track written by Bruno Mars is being added to the album as well as a new collaboration. She told us that, yes, there is another duet on the new album, with an amazing group- but thats all I can tell you...". . Wonder who it is?!
Alexandra Burke's full UK tour dates are:
January 20 - Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium
January 21 - Harrogate, Harrogate International Centre
January 22 - Ipswich, Regent Theatre
January 24 - Swindon, Oasis
January 25 - Bristol, Colston Hall
January 27 - Plymouth, Pavilions
January 28 - Cardiff Arena
January 29 - Birmingham, NIA
January 31 - Nottingham, Royal Centre
February 1 - Sheffield, City Hall
February 3 - Newcastle, City Hall
February 4 - Manchester, Apollo
February 7 - Blackpool, Winter Gardens
February 8 - Liverpool, ECHO
February 10 - London, HMV Hammersmith Apollo
February 12 - Bournemouth, BIC
February 14 - Brighton, The Brighton Centre
February 15 - Wolverhampton, Wolves Civic