Elles Bailey gears up for final run of her 2017 UK & Ireland tour

Elles Bailey
Elles Bailey will soon start the last leg of her UK tour

Elles Bailey will soon start the last leg of her UK tour

Bristol-based songwriter will head out on the last leg of her highly successful UK tour in just under two weeks

It’s been just over a month since she released her hotly anticipated debut album, Wildfire, on 1 September, 2017 and Elles Bailey hasn’t stopped gigging. Now, though, she’s entering the home straight of her 2017 UK tour.

Elles begins the last leg with a show at Edinburgh’s Blues Club on 20 October. She then performs in Stockton on Tees, Leicester, Colchester, Bordon, Ilfracombe, Coolham, and Cheltenham, before finishing with a gig at Torrington’s Plough Arts Centre on 8 December.

Speaking previously of Wildfire, Elles said: “It was always my plan to release my debut album in 2017. It had been a long time coming, but I could never have imagined getting the opportunity to make it in Nashville, at a studio like Blackbird Studios, where so many iconic albums have been made! I’m very excited about sharing this record with the world!”

You can see the full list of the shows for Elles’ UK tour below:

20 October – Edinburgh Blues Club
21 October – Blues at the bay, Stockton on tees
22 October – The Musician, Leciester
*24 October – Whelan’s, Dublin
*25 October – Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick
*26 October – Cyrpus Ave, Cork
27 October – The Basement, Chelmsford
28 October – Little Rabbit Barn, Colchester
*29 October – Mr Kyps, Poole
*31 October – Boom Boom Club, Sutton
*2 November – Robin 2, Bilston
3 November – Phoenix Arts Centre, Bordon
10 November – Corinium Museum, Cirencester
12 November – Ilfracombe Rock & Blues Festival
18 November – Coolham Music Club
26 November – Bury Mabs Fest, Met Theatre – Bury
7 December – Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
8 December – Plough Arts Centre, Torrington
9 December – Caryford Hall – Castle Cary
10 December – Folk House (Songwriters night) – Bristol

* special guest support for Eric Gales

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