Rebecca Ferguson comes to Manchester Academy

Rebecca Ferguson headlines at Manchester Academy 2

With four albums to her name since coming runner up on X Factor, Rebecca Ferguson comes to Manchester Academy 2 later this month as part of her 11-date UK tour.

After coming runner-up on the seventh series of UK’s The X Factor, Rebecca Ferguson has not been short of success since her first appearance on the reality TV show in 2010. Having co-written her record-breaking debut album Heaven, and going on to release a further three follow-ups, Rebecca has proven herself to be a recording artist with a passion for her craft.

Released in 2011, Heaven, was a critical and commercial success selling 128,000 copies in its first week and peaked at No. 3 in the UK Official Charts, making her the fastest-selling debut solo artist of the past decade (2007-2017).

Going onto release her strong debut follow up, Freedom, in 2013, and then her third studio album Lady Sings The Blues (covering a number of jazz classics made famous by Billie Holiday), Rebecca showed off her versatile style with ease.

Having released her fourth album Superwoman, Rebecca has come a long way from the shy twenty-something audiences first saw on television 7 years ago.

The singer/songwriter has continued to enjoy success and embarked on countless tours across the UK, Europe and US.

Where and when does Rebecca Ferguson headline in Manchester?

Rebecca Ferguson performs at Manchester Academy 2 on 23 February 2018.  The Manchester gig is one of 11 UK dates the singer is performing, concluding in a hometown show at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall:
10 February   –   Preston, Grand Hall
11 February   –   London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire
13 February   –   Birmingham, Town Hall
14 February   –   Salisbury, City Hall
16 February   –   Bexhill, De La War Pavilion
17 February   –   Norwich UEA
18 February   –   Hull, Hull University
20 February   –   Newcastle, Tyne Theatre
22 February   –   Wrexham, William Aston Hall
23 February   –   Manchester, Manchester Academy 2
24 February   –   Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall

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