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Hozier Extends His 'Unreal Unearth Tour' Into 2024

November 13, 2023 10:03 pm GMT
Last Edited December 18, 2023 8:59 pm GMT

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Fresh off the release of his new collaboration with folk sensation Noah Kahan, seasoned folk-pop tunesmith, Hozier has set a course for a busy 2024.

Following the release of his highly anticipated record, Unreal Unearth, as well as his successful 2023 run of shows, the Irish tunesmith has added a slew of new dates to satiate his rabid fanbase.

Starting the new year with a few festival slots, including Innings Festival 2024 and High Waters Festival 2024, the second leg of Hozier's Unreal Unearth Tour will kick off on April 20 in Raleigh, North Carolina and take him all around the US.

From there, he'll make stops in Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, Florida, New York, Maine, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Montana, Washington and more. The trek will conclude at the iconic Kia Forum in Inglewood, California.

Along the way, Canadian singer-songwriter, Allison Russell, will serve as support.

The news of fresh dates comes only days after the 'Take Me To Church' hitmaker wrapped up the latest leg of his Unreal Unearth Tour.

Taking to Instagram, he noted: "After the sweetest run of US shows, I’m delighted to announce these brand new #UnrealUnearth tour dates for next year... I can’t wait to be back and I hope to see you there."

For the remainder of 2023, the chart-topping vocalist will travel across Europe and the UK, hitting cities in Sweden, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium and more before ending with three sold-out nights in his native Ireland at Dublin's 3Arena.

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Written by Lydia Farthing
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