Roddy Woomble has announced tour dates to support his upcoming solo album, ‘Lo! Soul’

Roddy Woomble - Lo Soul Cover (single)

Roddy Woomble has announced tour dates to support his upcoming solo album Lo! Soul, due out in May 2021. Produced and mixed by recent collaborator Andrew Mitchell (aka Andrew Wasylyk), the new LP was recorded remotely between the Idlewild singer’s home in the Hebrides and Andrew’s studio in Dundee throughout 2020 while Scotland was locked down.

Tour dates:
Previously announced live shows for May 2021 have now been rescheduled for March 2022 with original tickets still valid. These are accompanied by a string of UK-wide dates in October 2021 including Roddy’s biggest solo headline show at London’s Union Chapel.


29 July 2021 – Irvine, Harbour Arts Centre
30 July 2021 – Dundee, Dundee University’s Chaplaincy Centre
31 July 2021 – Topcliffe, Deer Shed Festival
01 August 2021 – Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough Town Hall 
06 August 2021 – Strathaven, Frets Acoustic @ Strathaven Hotel
07 August 2021 – Sheffield, Greystones
08 August 2021 – Sunderland, Lamplight Festival      
26 September 2021 – Chester, St Mary’s Creative Space
03 October 2021 – Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
04 October 2021 – Galashiels, Mac Arts
05 October 2021 – St. Albans, The Horn
06 October 2021 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
07 October 2021 – Coventry, The Tin Music & Acts
08 October 2021 – Reading, South Street Arts Centre
09 October 2021 – London, Union Chapel
10 October 2021 – Newcastle, Hapless Weekend @ Cumberland Arms


15 March 2022 – Manchester, Night & Day
16 March 2022 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
17 March 2022 – Oxford, Jericho Tavern
18 March  2022 – Winchester, The Railway Inn
19 March 2022 – Isle of Wight, Quay Arts Centre
20 March 2022 – Guildford, The Boileroom
22 March 2022 – Lewes, Con Club
23 March 2022 – Cambridge, Portland Arms
24 March 2022  – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
26 March 2022 – Edinburgh, Summerhall
24 May 2022 – Lerwick, The Dowry
25 May 2022 – Lerwick, The Dowry

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