Lionel Richie returns to the UK for his first show since 2019.
The ‘Hello’ hitmaker will perform a Nocturne Live Concert Series at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire from 14-18 June 2023.
“I am very much looking forward to visiting Blenheim Palace next summer.
“British crowds are among the best in the world and I can’t wait to get back there and see everyone!”
Tickets go on sale Friday, November 4th at 9am at www.nocturnelive.com.
Earlier this year, the music legend was forced to cancel all of its UK and European gigs for the summer of 2022, including a headliner’s slot at the Isle of Wight Festival, due to the “impact” of COVID-19. rice field.
In a February Twitter statement, he said:
“The most important thing to me is the health of our fans, band and crew. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
The “Dancing on the Ceiling” hitmaker was scheduled to headline The Isle of Wight Festival on June 17 with Lewis Capaldi.
The 73-year-old singer has previously vowed not to stop touring.
The “All Night Long” hitmaker loves performing for people all over the world and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.
he said: “The tour isn’t over yet. Someone once asked me how long this tour will last. I said I’ve been touring since 1971.”
Lionel also praised the global influence of the British music industry.
“The British have had a huge influence on the music scene. The Beatles came along and of course the Rolling Stones and now Ed Sheeran is inundated. As far as I’m concerned, artistry I always say If you have a hit, play it and do something more important Don’t change it ’cause they need to know You have to know, you have to have the original, you have to make it sound like the record, and you have to play it for God.”