It’s already been over two years since Amy Macdonald last played some full scale UK headline shows, but the wait is now set to come to an end as she announces a long awaited tour.

Commencing in October and representing her first since the release of the Top 10 album ‘The Human Demands’, the tour features her rescheduled show at London’s historic Roundhouse alongside new dates in ReadingManchesterStockton and Ipswich.

It will culminate with a huge homecoming night at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on December 17th.

News of the UK dates follows the rescheduling of Amy’s European tour for March 2022. A full list of dates and ticket information can be found here.

To coincide with the announcement, Amy also shares two new acoustic versions of ‘The Hudson’ and ‘Bridges’, which follow last month’s new stripped back versions of ‘Statues’ and ‘We Could Be So Much More’.

Amy started this year by being named as the Independent Venue Week 2021’s official ambassador for Scotland.

‘The Human Demands’ has already added another 13 million streams to the huge international success that Amy has achieved throughout her career. The size of the stats speak for themselves: she has performed across the world in front of a total of 3.3 million people, accumulated over 200 million Spotify streams, landed four Top 5 albums (including her #1 debut) and sold six million albums. Her landmark hit, ‘This Is The Life’, topped the charts in ten countries. The first release under a new deal with Infectious / BMG, ‘The Human Demands’ has kickstarted another big chapter in Amy’s story.

Tickets go on sale 10am, Friday 16 April priced £29.60 – £46.60 (inc. admin fee) and will be available from