James Blunt Brings ‘Some Kind Of Trouble’ To Europe

The British singer / songwriter launches a U.K. / Euro run beginning February in Scotland.

Blunt definitely has his work cut out for him, playing 12 individual United Kingdom cities and 21 European markets on a tour beginning mid February and running through early April.

Named after his 2010 album scheduled for a November release, Blunt’s 2011 “Some Kind Of Trouble” tour begins Feb. 17 at Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium followed by a Feb. 18 stop at the Newcastle City Hall, Feb. 19 at Sheffield City Hall and Feb. 21 at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall. Other U.K. towns on the schedule include Wolverhampton, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, London, Cambridge and Plymouth with the U.K. leg wrapping in Portsmouth March 4.

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Help for Heroes concert, Twickenham Stadium, London, UK

Blunt then heads across the Channel, playing Metz, France at La Galaxie March 7, Brussels at Forest National Feb. 8 and Amsterdam at Heineken Music Hall March 9. Other stops include Zurich, Rome, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Paris and Lyon. Last stop on the current schedule shows the artist performing in Rennes, France, at Le Liberte April 3.

A fan presale begins Sept. 22 and general public onsales begin Sept. 24. For more information, click here for James Blunt’s website.