International icon and living legend Tom Jones has announced his Ages & Stages U.K. Arena Tour for December this year. Starting in Nottingham on 14th December, the tour will make stops in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, and Manchester. Each show promises unforgettable performances and timeless hits from Tom’s huge career. Tickets go on general sale Friday 8th September at 10am via this page on Ticketmaster.
Tom Jones is unquestionably among Britain’s most exceptional vocal talents. Throughout his impressive 60-year career, he has sold a remarkable 100 million records, achieved an astounding 36 Top 40 hits, received the esteemed Music Industry Trust Award, and won multiple Grammy awards. Jones is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest singers and recording artists in history.
Experience the full range of Tom Jones’ monumental career, as the “Ages & Stages” tour dazzles audiences with soul-stirring ballads and exhilarating anthems. Brought to life by his distinctive voice and magnetic charisma, this tour guarantees an unforgettable showcase.
Tom Jones ‘Ages & Stages’ UK tour dates:
- Thurs 14th December – Nottingham: Motorpoint Arena
- Sat 16th December – Birmingham: Resorts World Arena
- Sun 17th December – London: The O2
- Tues 19th December – Glasgow: OVO Hydro
- Weds 20th December – Manchester: AO Arena
All dates are 2023. Tickets go on general sale Friday 8th September at 10am via this page on Ticketmaster.
About Sir Tom Jones
Sir Tom has solidified his position in music history, establishing himself as one of the most accomplished artists ever. He effortlessly navigates through different musical eras and genres, transcending social boundaries and capturing the hearts of people from all walks of life, regardless of gender, age, or musical preferences. Sir Tom’s focus has always been on the profound impact of a song and the undeniable power of his voice. These qualities have elevated him to the status of a true legend in the realm of music. Time may pass, but Sir Tom Jones remains an influential presence in the music industry, and his legacy is destined to endure for generations to come.
Tom Jones was born in Pontypridd, South Wales. He left school early and took on different jobs before joining The Senators, a local band. Later, he formed his own group named Tom Jones and the Squires, performing in clubs and pubs nearby.
During the early 1960s, he signed with Decca Records in London, marking the beginning of his successful and varied career. With his powerful voice and dynamic stage presence, he gained international fame. Among his numerous hit songs were “It’s Not Unusual,” “What’s New Pussycat?,” “Delilah,” and “Green, Green Grass of Home.” He hosted the popular TV show “This is Tom Jones” from 1969 to 1971, spanning continents. Throughout his career, Jones collaborated with many iconic artists including Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Dolly Parton, and Ed Sheeran, among others. While renowned for his chart-topping hits, he remains a versatile artist deeply rooted in rhythm and blues.
Jones’s career has been marked by numerous distinctions, including a knighthood bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II in 2006. He has received multiple BRIT Awards, a Silver Clef Award, the esteemed Music Industry Trusts Award, and a Hitmaker Award from the US Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition to his musical achievements, Jones has showcased his acting talent in films like Tim Burton’s “Mars Attacks” and Sky Arts’ “Playhouse Presents: King of The Teds.” Alongside his annual tours, he remains active in the industry as a long-standing coach on The Voice UK and a valued contributor to various events and broadcasts, such as the 25th Anniversary of MusiCares and the 57th Grammy Awards, among others, dedicated to charitable causes. His autobiography, “Over The Top And Back,” published in 2015, became a resounding best-seller. Moreover, with his 2021 album release, “Surrounded By Time,” Jones made history as the oldest male artist to achieve a Number 1 position on the UK Official Albums Chart with a new material album, surpassing Bob Dylan.