Published on June 12th, 2013 | by Kay Byrne0
Lawson – Everywhere We Go Tour
British boy band Lawson has announced their 5th and biggest UK headline tour so far and will hit the England with 15 concerts
The band’s debut album, Chapman Square was released back in October 2012 and reached number 4 in the charts. Their first two singles “When She Was Mine” and “Taking Over Me'”, reached the top 5. The album has had success for the band with all their singles being in the UK top 10 after release. The band began their mainstream breakthrough in 2011, when they supported The Wanted where the band were performing in 12 different cities, on 16 different dates and this year the band are returning to some of those venues, but headling the show! The band have also opened for Avril Lavigine, Will Young and Westlife as well as The Wanted, they have also performed at T-in the Park in 2012. The band is also performing at the Chester Rocks festival on June 16th as well as Capital FM Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium, Isle Of Wight Festival, T In The Park, Hard Rock Calling Festival and many more.
The band is excited about the their upcoming tour. Lead singer Andy Brown said: “When the band first started, we always wanted to tour all over the world. Now we’ve been to America, Asia, Australia, Europe and it’s just getting bigger and better. But there’s no better feeling than playing a tour at home in the UK.”
The “Everywhere We Go Tour” is going to be the biggest headline shows Lawson have headlined to date and will start on September 30th at the Doncaster Dome before hitting Bristol (1st), Manchester (16th), Newcastle (8th),Liverpool (5th) and Glasgow (9th). The 15 dates show that the band are keen to get back out on the road, and want to see all fans out there!