Following the release of his latest single ‘Alive’, Ben Haenow has announced that he’ll be touring the UK again this year.

Much to fans’ delight, the former X Factor winner will be performing up and down the country this December. He will be playing nine shows in total.

The Rising Tour will commence in Birmingham on the 5th December and close in Bath on the 16th December. During the run, Ben will be visiting various intimate venues.

Alex Haenow, Ben’s brother, will once again be taking to the stage to showcase his impressive guitar skills at each and every show.

The schedule for The Rising Tour is as follows:

5th December – Birmingham – O2 Institute3

6th December – Guildford – The Boileroom

7th December – Oxford – The Bullingdon

9th December – Liverpool – Arts Club

10th December – Edinburgh – The Voodoo Rooms

12th December – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club

13th December – London – Borderline

15th December – Dover – The Booking Hall

16th December – Bath – Moles

Standard tickets and VIP packages are now on sale here. As part of the enhanced VIP experience, fans will have the opportunity to meet Ben and see him perform an exclusive acoustic set.

With two headline tours already under his belt, Ben Haenow has proven that he’s a natural born showman time and time again. The British singer-songwriter has a loyal legion of fans who are willing to travel long distances to see their idol.

Ben’s new shows will be in support of his forthcoming five-track EP. The record is set for release later this year and it will feature: ‘Alive’, three more original songs and a unique rendition of ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ by Bill Withers.

Ben’s phenomenal musical talent is, without a doubt, sure to impress everyone who attends the tour. Make sure you don’t miss out.

Check out availability for The Rising Tour here.

Find Ben Haenow online on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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