Tom Jones

All Upcoming Events

tom jones latest tour

Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE | Abu Dhabi, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Saadiyat nights - tom jones.

tom jones latest tour

Merdeka Hall, World Trade Centre, KL | Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

Tom jones : ages & stages tour.

tom jones latest tour

Grand Ballroom, Hotel Mulia Senayan | Jakarta, INDONESIA

tom jones latest tour

The Theatre at Mediacorp | Singapore, SINGAPORE

Tom jones: ages & stages tour, 台北國際會議中心 (ticc) | taipei, taiwan, uob live | bangkok, thailand, tom jones: ages & stages tour in bangkok, runway 11, asiaworld-expo | hong kong, hong kong, kings park & botanic garden | perth, australia, tom jones 'ages and stages tour', a day on the green - centennial vineyards | bowral, australia, the drive | adelaide, australia, margaret court arena | melbourne, australia, newcastle entertainment centre | newcastle, australia, icc sydney theatre | sydney, australia, mclean park | napier, new zealand, tom jones - harvest moon festival, movistar arena | santiago, chile, movistar arena argentina | buenos aires, argentina, espaço unimed | sao paulo, brazil, teatro metropólitan | mexico city, mexico, plymouth hoe | plymouth, united kingdom.

tom jones latest tour

TK Maxx presents Plymouth Summer Sessions - 4 Day Pass

Guildhall square | southampton, united kingdom, scarborough open air theatre | scarborough, united kingdom, high lodge, thetford forest | thetford, united kingdom, stirling city park | stirling, united kingdom, llangollen international musical eisteddfod | llangollen, united kingdom, bedford park | bedford, united kingdom.

tom jones latest tour

TK Maxx Presents Bedford Summer Sessions 2024 (4 Day Pass)

Chepstow racecourse | chepstow, united kingdom, the piece hall | halifax, united kingdom.

tom jones latest tour

Markeaton Park | Derby, UNITED KINGDOM

Tk maxx presents derby summer sessions - 3 day pass, schlossgarten schwetzingen | schwetzingen, germany, tom jones: ages and stages tour, mitsubishi electric halle | düsseldorf, germany, tempodrom | berlin, germany, quarterback immobilien arena | leipzig, germany, gilde parkbühne | hannover, germany, salt & tar, bootle canalside | liverpool, united kingdom, latest setlist, tom jones on december 20, 2023.

Ages & Stages

AO Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom

Popular Tracks

Read the Latest on Page Six

  • Weird But True
  • Sex & Relationships
  • Viral Trends
  • Human Interest
  • Fashion & Beauty
  • Food & Drink
  • Gift Guides

trending now in Shopping

I'm 5'3 and swear by these top clothing brands built for petite women

I'm 5'3 and swear by these top clothing brands built for petite...

We tried 33 shampoos to find the best for every hair type

We tried 33 shampoos to find the best for every hair type

Feel good all year with the best walking shoes for men according....

Is the LYMA laser worth the money — here's my honest review

Is the LYMA laser worth the money — here's my honest review

The top-rated Dyson V8 Vacuum is now over $100 off on Amazon, its lowest price all year

The top-rated Dyson V8 Vacuum is now over $100 off on Amazon, its...

We ordered and reviewed 23 different meal kit brands for 2024.

37 best anti-aging skin care products to add to your beauty routine

37 best anti-aging skin care products to add to your beauty...

Save $180 on a Breville Barista Espresso Machine today on Amazon

Save $180 on a Breville Barista Espresso Machine today on Amazon

Breaking news, tom jones has 16 u.s. concerts in 2023. here’s where to see him live.

  • View Author Archive
  • Get author RSS feed

Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission.

Singer Tom Jones performs onstage.

You wouldn’t believe it based on his youthful demeanor but legendary “It’s Not Unusual” singer Tom Jones is 82-years-old.

That’s no problem for the man who won 1966’s Best New Artist Grammy Award though —  he’s still touring all over the world in 2023 .

To kick off the international run, Sir Tom Jones will play 16 North American concerts from May 3 through May 26 as part of his upcoming Ages and Stages Tour .

And Jones must have fans in the Northeast because he’s booked five (!) shows in New York and New Jersey on the quick U.S. run.

First, he’ll swoop into Atlantic City’s Borgata Events Center on May 20. Soon after, he’ll perform at New Brunswick’s State Theatre on May 22, Huntington’s The Paramount on May 23, New York City’s Beacon Theatre on May 25 and finally Verona’s Turning Stone Resort Casino on May 26.

Best of all, you can grab tickets as early as today to see the man who brought the world “She’s A Lady,” ‘Sexbomb” and “What’s New, Pussycat?”

Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Feb. 10, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can  purchase on sites like Vivid Seats  before seats are officially on sale.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

Tom Jones 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar including all Tom Jones “Ages And Stages Tour” dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found below.

Tom Jones new music

Jones isn’t just spending time on the road these days — he’s also in the studio.

Most recently, the Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee released his 12-track “Surrounded By Time” album in 2021.

Featuring Jones’ signature deep voice, he shies away from his typically upbeat fare for more melancholy, reflective fare like the heavy opening tune “I Won’t Crumble With You If You Fall.”

Still, he has fun on catchy tracks like “Popstar” and “Samson and Delilah.”

For our money, it’s the best classic rock record of the ’20s.

Want to dig even deeper? Check out the 233-song, 2022 compilation “The Complete Decca Studio Albums Collection.”

Tom Jones on “The Voice UK”

In addition to touring and recording, Jones also lends his expertise to the UK’s version of “The Voice.”

Having judged nearly every season since the show debuted in 2012, Jones has been part of a number of fun, spontaneous moments during his tenure on the reality competition program.

Below, you’ll find one of the most memorable — when Jones battle-duetted with EGOT winner Jennifer Hudson.

Huge stars in their 80s on tour in 2023

After doing a bit of research, we were surprised to find out that Jones isn’t the only pre-Baby Boomer star hitting venues all over North America this year.

Here are just five of our favorite performers in their 80s performing live in the next few months.

•  William Shatner  (91-years-old)

•  Willie Nelson  (89-years-old)

•  Frankie Valli  (88-years-old)

•  Englebert Humperdinck (86-years-old)

•  Ringo Starr  (82-years-old)

Want to see acts that are, um, a bit younger too? You can find them on our list of the  52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here .

Share this article:

tom jones latest tour

  • Consequence

Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates

Beginning with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl

Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates

82-year-old legend Tom Jones is hitting the road in 2023.

Beginning with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl on April 29th and 30th, Jones’ 2023 tour also includes several dates across Texas, Florida, and New York, as well as stops in Nashville, North Charleston, South Carolina, and Atlantic City. From there, the artist will head over to Europe, where the tour extends into August. Check out his full list of tour dates below.

Tickets to Jones’ upcoming shows become available to the general public Friday, February 10th at 10:00 a.m. ET, while pre-sales begin February 7th, 8th, and 9th for various dates (use access code CHORUS ). Find more information and grab seats via Ticketmaster , or find other deals over at Stubhub .

Back in 2021, Kyle Meredith caught up with Jones to discuss his most recent (and 15th!) studio album, Surrounded by Time .

Tom Jones 2023 Tour Dates: 04/29 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl 04/30 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl 05/03 — Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theatre 05/05 — Sugar Land, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land 05/07 — New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 05/09 — Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre 05/10 — Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando 05/12 — Hollywood, FL @ Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 05/13 — Sarasota, FL @ Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall 05/15 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium 05/17 — North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center 05/19 — Oxon Hill, MD @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor 05/20 — Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa 05/22 — New Brusnwick, NJ @ State Theatre 05/23 — Huntington, NY @ The Paramount 05/25 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre 05/26 — Verona, NY @ Turning Stone Resort Casino 06/16 — Belfast, IE @ Ormeau Park 06/21 — Ulm, DE @ Klosterhof 06/23 — Munich, DE @ Tollwood Festival 06/27 — Frankfurt Am Main, DE @ Alte Oper 06/29 — Baden-baden, DE @ Festspielhaus Baden-Baden 07/03 — Dübendorf, CH @ The Hall 07/05 — Brighton, UK @ Stanmer Park 07/08 — Rotterdam, NL @ North Sea Jazz Festival 07/15 — Leicester, UK @ Leicester County Cricket Club 07/17 — Carcassonne, FR @ Festival de Carcassonne 07/22 — Newbury, UK @ Newbury Racecourse 07/26 — Esher, UK @ Sandown Park Racecourse 07/28 — Margate, UK @ Dreamland 07/30 — Jerez de la Frontera, ES @ Tio Pepe Festival 08/01 — Alicante, ES @ Plaza de Toros 08/03 — Valencia, ES @ Festival de Terramar 08/06 — Saffron Walden, Essex, UK @ Audley End House and Gardens

Personalized Stories

Around the web, latest stories.

maggie rogers don't forget me 2024 tour dates

Maggie Rogers Announces 2024 "Don't Forget Me Tour"

February 22, 2024

Kings of Leon Can We Please Have Fun New Album Mustang 2024 tour dates tickets

Kings of Leon Announce New Album Can We Please Have Fun, 2024 Tour Dates

bat for lashes the dream of delphi new album title track song video

Bat for Lashes Announces New Album The Dream of Delphi, Shares Title Track: Stream

Norah Jones announces new album and tour in 2024

Norah Jones Announces Summer Tour, Reveals New Song "Staring At the Wall": Stream

Jelly Roll to embark on 2024 tour

Jelly Roll Announces 2024 Tour: How to Get Tickets

teenage fanclub 2024 north american tour

Teenage Fanclub Announce 2024 North American Tour Dates

February 21, 2024

Bruno Mars 2024 Las Vegas residency how to get tickets pre-sale on-sale Ticketmaster StubHub Viagogo Park MGM Dolby Live

How to Get Tickets to Bruno Mars’ 2024 Las Vegas Residency

February 20, 2024

Sophie Ellis-Bextor announces 2024 North American tour dates tickets Murder on the Dancefloor Saltburn first-ever headlining

Sophie Ellis-Bextor Announces First-Ever North American Headlining Tour

tom jones latest tour

  • Album Streams
  • Upcoming Releases
  • Film Trailers
  • TV Trailers
  • Pop Culture
  • Album Reviews
  • Concert Reviews
  • Festival Coverage
  • Film Reviews
  • Cover Stories
  • Hometowns of Consequence
  • Song of the Week
  • Album of the Month
  • Behind the Boards
  • Dustin ‘Em Off
  • Top Album of 2022
  • Top Songs of 2022
  • Top Films of 2022
  • Track by Track
  • Top 100 Songs Ever
  • Crate Digging
  • Top Albums of 2022
  • Top TV Shows of 2022
  • Top Albums of All Time
  • Festival News
  • Festival Outlook
  • How to Get Tickets
  • Photo Galleries
  • Consequence Daily
  • Kyle Meredith
  • Stanning BTS
  • The Story Behind the Song
  • The What Podcast
  • The Spark Parade
  • Going There with Dr. Mike
  • Consequence Uncut
  • Behind the Boys Club
  • Two for the Road
  • 90 Seconds or Less
  • Battle of the Badmate
  • Video Essays
  • News Roundup
  • First Time I Heard
  • Beyond the Boys Club
  • Mining Metal

Theme Weeks

  • Industrial Week
  • Marvel Week
  • Disney Week
  • Foo Fighters Week

Follow Consequence

  • Today's news
  • Reviews and deals
  • Climate change
  • 2024 election
  • My portfolio
  • My watchlist
  • Stock market
  • Biden economy
  • Personal finance
  • Stocks: most actives
  • Stocks: gainers
  • Stocks: losers
  • Trending tickers
  • World indices
  • US Treasury bonds
  • Top mutual funds
  • Highest open interest
  • Highest implied volatility
  • Currency converter
  • Basic materials
  • Communication services
  • Consumer cyclical
  • Consumer defensive
  • Financial services
  • Industrials
  • Real estate
  • Mutual funds
  • Credit card rates
  • Balance transfer credit cards
  • Business credit cards
  • Cash back credit cards
  • Rewards credit cards
  • Travel credit cards
  • Checking accounts
  • Online checking accounts
  • High-yield savings accounts
  • Money market accounts
  • Personal loans
  • Student loans
  • Car insurance
  • Home buying
  • Options pit
  • Investment ideas
  • Research reports
  • Fantasy football
  • Pro Pick 'Em
  • College Pick 'Em
  • Fantasy baseball
  • Fantasy hockey
  • Fantasy basketball
  • Download the app
  • Daily Fantasy
  • Scores and schedules
  • GameChannel
  • World Baseball Classic
  • Premier League
  • CONCACAF League
  • Champions League
  • College football
  • Motorsports
  • Horse racing
  • Newsletters

Entertainment

  • How to watch
  • Fall allergies
  • Health news
  • Mental health
  • Sexual health
  • Family health
  • So mini ways
  • Style and beauty
  • Unapologetically
  • Buying guides

New on Yahoo

  • Privacy Dashboard

Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates

The post Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates appeared first on Consequence .

82-year-old legend Tom Jones is hitting the road in 2023.

Beginning with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl on April 29th and 30th, Jones’ 2023 tour also includes several dates across Texas, Florida, and New York, as well as stops in Nashville, North Charleston, South Carolina, and Atlantic City. From there, the artist will head over to Europe, where the tour extends into August. Check out his full list of tour dates below.

Tickets to Jones’ upcoming shows become available to the general public Friday, February 10th at 10:00 a.m. ET, while pre-sales begin February 7th, 8th, and 9th for various dates (use access code CHORUS ). Find more information and grab seats via Ticketmaster , or find other deals over at Stubhub .

Back in 2021, Kyle Meredith caught up with Jones to discuss his most recent (and 15th!) studio album, Surrounded by Time .

Tom Jones 2023 Tour Dates: 04/29 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl 04/30 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl 05/03 — Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theatre 05/05 — Sugar Land, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land 05/07 — New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 05/09 — Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre 05/10 — Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando 05/12 — Hollywood, FL @ Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 05/13 — Sarasota, FL @ Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall 05/15 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium 05/17 — North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center 05/19 — Oxon Hill, MD @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor 05/20 — Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa 05/22 — New Brusnwick, NJ @ State Theatre 05/23 — Huntington, NY @ The Paramount 05/25 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre 05/26 — Verona, NY @ Turning Stone Resort Casino 06/16 — Belfast, IE @ Ormeau Park 06/21 — Ulm, DE @ Klosterhof 06/23 — Munich, DE @ Tollwood Festival 06/27 — Frankfurt Am Main, DE @ Alte Oper 06/29 — Baden-baden, DE @ Festspielhaus Baden-Baden 07/03 — Dübendorf, CH @ The Hall 07/05 — Brighton, UK @ Stanmer Park 07/08 — Rotterdam, NL @ North Sea Jazz Festival 07/15 — Leicester, UK @ Leicester County Cricket Club 07/17 — Carcassonne, FR @ Festival de Carcassonne 07/22 — Newbury, UK @ Newbury Racecourse 07/26 — Esher, UK @ Sandown Park Racecourse 07/28 — Margate, UK @ Dreamland 07/30 — Jerez de la Frontera, ES @ Tio Pepe Festival 08/01 — Alicante, ES @ Plaza de Toros 08/03 — Valencia, ES @ Festival de Terramar 08/06 — Saffron Walden, Essex, UK @ Audley End House and Gardens

Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates Carys Anderson

Popular Posts

Mötley Crüe Unveil First Official Band Photo Featuring New Guitarist John 5

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Kick Off First Tour in Six Years: Video + Setlist

Melinda Dillon, Star of A Christmas Story and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Dead at 83

"You're Dying, Brother": Steve-O Pleads with Bam Margera to "Choose Recovery"

Beyoncé Announces "The Renaissance World Tour" [Updated]

Bruce Springsteen, 73 and Sunny, Defied Father Time at 2023 Tour Kickoff in Tampa: Review and Photos

Subscribe to Consequence’s email digest and get the latest breaking news in music, film, and television, tour updates, access to exclusive giveaways, and more straight to your inbox.

Recommended Stories

Carl lewis, long jumpers slam proposed change to olympic event: 'wait until april 1st for april fools jokes'.

One of track and fields' most exciting events could see a major format change.

Charlie Woods, Tiger's son, shoots 86 in first attempt to qualify for PGA Tour event

Woods did not advance to the final qualifier for next week's Cognizant Classic.

2024 Toyota Land Cruiser 2024 pricing announced

2024 Toyota Land Cruiser pricing starts at $57,345 including destination, a whopping price drop of nearly $30,000 when compared to the previous model.

GM issues stop-sale order for 2024 Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon pickups

General Motors has issued a stop-sale order on the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon to address crippling software problems.

These are the 10 worst new car deals in America

New car prices are slowly falling, but some models still carry inflated pricing.

Here’s what Walmart’s 3-for-1 stock split means for investors

Walmart is conducting a stock split for the first time in nearly 25 years. Here's what investors should know before they trade shares.

Trump legal news brief: Judge Engoron rejects Trump’s request to delay paying $355 million fraud judgment

Judge Arthur Engoron rejects a motion by former President Donald Trump that would have granted him a 30-day delay to begin repaying the massive $355 million financial fraud judgment against him.

7 Trump losses in a row, and counting

Trump's latest loss in court extends a remarkable losing streak.

2025 Ram 1500 First Drive: A Hurricane of class and elegance

Our first drive of the 2025 Ram 1500 where we tell you what's new, why decisions were made and how it drives with the new Hurricane inline-six.

Tom Jones  

  • On tour: yes
  • Tom Jones is not playing near you. View all concerts
  • Moscow, Russian Federation Change location

284,920 fans get concert alerts for this artist.

Join Songkick to track Tom Jones and get concert alerts when they play near you.

Upcoming concerts (34) See all

Saadiyat Island

Kings Park & Botanic Garden

Centennial Vineyards

Loudmouth At The Drive

Margaret Court Arena

Byron Bay Bluesfest

Newcastle Entertainment Centre

ICC Sydney Theatre

Mclean Park

View all upcoming concerts 34

Similar artists with upcoming concerts

Tours most with.

Tom Jones (born 7th June 1940) is a Welsh singer who covers all genres of popular music – pop, R&B, dance, country, rock, soul, gospel, and more and has sold over 100 million records worldwide.

Born and bred in South Wales, Jones began his career as the front man for a beat group called Tommy Scott and the Senators in the mid 60s, where he first attracted attention before breaking away to pursue his solo career. His music caught on very quickly, and across his career he’s achieved a huge 36 top 40 hits in the UK, and 19 in the USA. Known for his most famous songs Sex Bomb, She’s a Lady, What’s New Pussycat, and Green, It’s Not Unusual, Jones has an incredible back catalogue of smash hits, and is sure to keep everyone entertained.

Back in 1999, he was awarded an OBE, later followed by a knighthood in 2006 for his services to the music industry. As well as these honours, Jones has won a Grammy, two Brit Awards, and an MTV Video Music Award over the years, and also had his own TV show, This Is Tom Jones, back in the early 70s. Historically, Tom Jones played huge arena venues to incredibly large crowds of fans, and to this day he still maintains an incredible following.

Nowadays you’ll find him coaching and judging on the UK version of The Voice, or playing rare but incredible sets usually at prestigious events, so keep an eye out for tickets!

Live reviews

Wednesday 19th July. Sandown Park Racecourse. Tom Jones. After a successful evening with the horses there was a high expectation of Sir Thomas of the Jones.

Sadly, like my horse in the last race it was a disappointing showing. Like my horse the show lacked pace, stamina and rhythm. It was a stop start show with large spells of nothing really. The sound wasn’t great but our attention often wandered to other things, be it grown men wearing women’s pants or just shiny bits of paper.

The hits were the hits (and I thought he had more than the five we all know) and these were interspersed throughout the set but the bits in between seemed like an excuse for Tom’s excellent band to show off a bit.

It was a dial in performance that lacked any real passion or atmosphere and left me wishing we’d left earlier for a nice meal or few beers after the horses finished.

It’s a shame really and outside of his hard core female fans down the front I don’t think the vast majority can hand on their heart say it was great gig. For me it will get filed quickly in the worst along with Eddi Reader, Marc Olson and Victoria Williams and Jackie Leven.

Onto to the next and keep on rockin’ y’all

Report as inappropriate

garyw66’s profile image

Tom Jones, the Welsh crooner with one hell of a powerful voice. Having first found fame in the 60s with his recognisable vocal and startling range, his career has lately had a revival of sorts due to his role as a mentor on The Voice UK. He has been playing various summertime events and festivals to a loyal fanbase made up of fans old and new.

Away from the voice, his charisma and personality is incredibly likeable as his warm mannerism means he is able to build connection with his crowd almost instantly. He also has a talent for name dropping that is almost as good as his talent for singing, regaling the audience with stories of sharing the stage with Elvis before tearing into classics such as 'Mama Told Me Not to Come' and 'Time Bomb'. The crowd sings along in force yet they are shadowed by the sheer force of Sir Tom's pipes and he really allows his voice to shine during 'Didn't It Rain'. He proves that age does not always mean you have to slow down, as at the age of 74 Tom Jones is busier than ever.

sean-ward’s profile image

Tom Jones- well, what can I say? Tom gives a great live performance and sounds just as good as you expect him to. He sang all the classics and some new ones too. Although the crowd were not always too pleased with his newer renditions they were just as good. Tom got all of the crowd involved and knows how to put on a proper show.

The set list was well paced, mixing newer material and crowd-pleasing hits. The best of the latter were a singalong Delilah, an infectiously upbeat It’s not Unusual, and a rollicking Mama Told Me Not to Come. Tom's bellowing voice perfectly echoed around the place with a gorgeous sound filling the crowd. The audience would hold Tom to every note and he executed each one perfectly. A total crowd pleaser and a lovely guy. He knew what the audience wanted and gave it to them. Tom Jones is timeless and his version of delilah will always get the crowd going. An excellent gig, would recommend to anyone.

isobel-brock’s profile image

The show was Amazing! Everyone was on their feet dancing- including the employees of Warner Theater! His voice is as strong as ever and I love the variety of songs that he performs. I saw him at the O2 last year in London, and this show was by far the better of the two. In London, we were required to stay seated and were hushed for singing along. Still great to see Tom perform but I hope he comes back to DC soon! I Love you Tom Jones!!!

ginagalloway’s profile image

Excellent first time ive seen him and he was fantastic, would love his navy jacket it was so special and so was he it was aslso my friends first time i went for her and she was so excited like a little girl in a sweet shop she loves him and now she wants to see him again so hopefully in the future we will and gold seats again i think and all the staff at powderham were so very very helpful x

debbie-elliston-was-’s profile image

What a Night! Tom Jones is about 74 years old and you don´t hear it. You see it sometimes, but you forgot it, when the next song starts. He presented some new songs from the upcoming Album and it is not what I excepted. The good old songs like "Sex Bomb", "It´s not unusual" and "Delilah" in new arrangements made the evening incredible. Next time in Germany I will be there!

A-zum-quadrat’s profile image

What a gig!! Tom Jones is an icon. A legend. Whether you like his music or not. When Sir Tom sang, I'm sure our hair went backwards!,like in a wind tunnel!.. Some classics sung and some covers thrown in.

The worst part for me was some drunk women in the crowd nearby who fell about blind drunk, crashing into other people and tried to be louder than Tom even though the PA!

scott-95’s profile image

The show in Atlanta was fantastic! Tom Jones was incredible!! His voice is golden...legendary!!! He can sing any genre and it magically works. My mother introduced me to his blusey Welsh voice at about the age of 5 and for 50 wonderful years I have loved and will always love him!! Thanks mom and thank you Sir Tom for sharing you beautiful Gift of Song with me!

clarice-carter-laver’s profile image

The show was absolutely amazing. Tom Jones rocked the stage with that wow voice of his, he's a real showman. The only complaints were food/drink/merchandise was very expensive and the length of time to get out of car park as there was not enough staffing down at the exit to guide the rows of cars out safely and quickly apart from that the show was well worth it.

lizi-edney-woz-curti’s profile image

At 79 Jones voice has not aged! Sounding young and strong! His prescence still sensual and provacative! I was a little dissappointed he didnt sing all his classics! But he loves blues and I understand his preference Regardless he was amazing! His band was an excellent accompaniment to his style and choice! Brilliant!

chela-m-bena’s profile image

Photos (17)

Tom Jones live.

Posters (37)

Tom Jones live.

Past concerts

View all past concerts

Tom Jones tour dates and tickets 2024-2025 near you

Want to see Tom Jones in concert? Find information on all of Tom Jones’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2024-2025.

Tom Jones is not due to play near your location currently - but they are scheduled to play 34 concerts across 8 countries in 2024-2025. View all concerts.

Next 3 concerts:

  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • West Perth, WA, Australia

Next concert:

Last concert near you:

Popularity ranking:

  • CENTRAL CEE (1252)
  • Tom Jones (1253)
  • James (1254)

Concerts played in 2024:

Touring history

Most played:

  • Las Vegas (100)
  • London (61)
  • Philadelphia (17)
  • Los Angeles (LA) (16)
  • SF Bay Area (15)

Appears most with:

  • Into The Ark (19)
  • Florence Rawlings (15)
  • Crazy Horse (12)
  • Crazy Horse Paris (12)
  • Van Morrison (8)

Distance travelled:

Similar artists

Bonnie Tyler live.

  • Most popular charts
  • Tourbox for artists
  • API information
  • Brand guidelines
  • Community guidelines
  • Terms of use
  • Privacy policy
  • Cookies Settings
  • Cookies Policy

Get your tour dates seen everywhere.

EMP

  • But we really hope you love us.
  • International edition
  • Australia edition
  • Europe edition

Tom Jones performing at Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Tom Jones review – still displaying stunning prowess at 81

Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London Rejecting the hits to perform recent No 1 album Surrounded by Time in full, Jones explores its cover versions with bombast, heart and wisdom

“I just thought of something,” muses Tom Jones , halfway through a deft and moving set. “The last time I did a show, I was in my 70s. Now I’m in my 80s. How about that?” The roar of applause nearly takes the roof off.

He is, indeed, 81 now, but time has neither dimmed Jones’s lustre nor tamed his ferocious vocal cords. Having long ago secured national treasure status, this august showbiz icon now gazes out at a devoted crowd from a craggy visage that would not look out of place hewn from a mountainside.

Crammed together, with hardly a Covid mask in sight, that crowd is up for a singalong party, but Jones has other ideas tonight. Instead of trawling through his vast catalogue of hits, he plays his recent album, the chart-topping Surrounded By Time , in full.

It’s a risky strategy, but one that works due to the inherent quality of that sombre, often serene album of covers. His fourth produced by musical soulmate Ethan Johns, it sees Jones range through styles and genres while putting his inimitable vocal stamp on each song.

Supremely robust voice ... Tom Jones.

That stamp is best summarised by the technical phrase “giving it a bit of welly”. Even into his ninth decade, the power and precision of Jones’s stentorian baritone remain staggering; his timbre is close to miraculous on the opening I Won’t Crumble With You If You Fall , a soul lament originally sung by Sweet Honey in the Rock founder Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Before cabaret and Vegas beckoned in the late 60s, Jones was an insatiable, leather-lunged R&B belter. He retains that capacity, even if his bellowed take on Cat Stevens’s twitchy Pop Star interprets the song rather as a steamroller interprets a freshly laid stretch of asphalt.

Jones’s charm lies as much in his skill as an effortless raconteur as in his vocal chops. Taking to a high stool before the spoken-word Talking Reality Television Blues , he recalls wartime ration books, the Queen’s coronation, and being bedridden for two years with TB as a child: “So, you see, I was in lockdown even back then!”

His slick band provide a nuanced sound bed for his supremely robust voice. Michael Kiwanuka’s I Won’t Lie is rendered as moody electronica. Less successfully, the hushed awe of the Waterboys’ This Is the Sea is buried beneath an over-effusive, bombastic blare.

It’s a rare misstep on a night of consummate musical prowess. Jones eases his way through Bob Dylan’s tender One More Cup of Coffee, his take way more heartfelt and affecting than Dylan could manage today. His rumbling vocal on trad blues number Samson and Delilah appears to emanate from deep underground and surge up through his feet.

Yet the night’s highlight is the staggering I’m Growing Old . A spectral ballad, rich with intimations of mortality, it was first given to Jones by its writer, jazz musician Bobby Cole, after a 1972 Vegas cabaret show. “I told Bobby: I’m not old enough to sing this yet, but maybe I’ll get there one day!” recounts Jones. A pause, a sigh, a twinkle. “And now, well, here we are!” His subsequent pitch-perfect rendition of this exquisite lament triggers a richly merited standing ovation.

Jones ambles off after the album-closing Lazarus Man, and there are scattered boos from a crowd hoping for an encore roustabout through It’s Not Unusual, Delilah or What’s New Pussycat? They don’t last long. Here was a memorable performance from a prodigious artist currently demonstrating no interest whatsoever in the concept of the dying of the light.

  • Pop and rock
  • live music reviews

Comments (…)

Most viewed.

tom jones latest tour

How to get Tom Jones tickets for his new summer 2024 tour dates

My, my, my, Tom Jones is going on tour again! Here's how you can get tickets to see him in summer 2024.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 27: Tom Jones performs at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on July 27, 2021 in London, England.

  • Joanna Magill
  • Share on facebook
  • Share on twitter
  • Share on pinterest
  • Share on reddit
  • Email to a friend

National treasure and owner of one of the UK's most famous voices, Tom Jones is heading on tour once again and we've got all the details on how to hear That Wonderful Sound live.

Beginning his career in the 1960s, there are now few people who haven't heard of Tom Jones. His second single It's Not Unusual climbed all the way to Number 1 on the UK singles chart within a month, achieving the type of instant success almost unheard of before the era of social media.

He followed this with a long list of hits, including What's New Pussycat, Delilah and She's a Lady, as well as huge headline shows at showrooms all across the Las Vegas Strip. Still going strong in 2023, his career has spanned over six decades and he remains a popular public figure, serving as a judge on The Voice UK.

Now 83 years old, the Welsh singer is showing no signs of slowing down, having just announced a summer 2024 tour to follow his December 2023 tour.

This time, Sir Tom will be performing on the Green Green Grass of a string of outdoor venues across the UK, hitting up locations such as Southampton, Scarborough and Derby. Here are our top tips on how you can snag tickets, as well as everything you need to know about dates and venues.

More like this

Buy Tom Jones tickets at Ticketmaster

There are plenty of other exciting things going on next year- check out our guides on how to get Busted tickets and John Bishop tickets for some inspiration.

What are the UK dates and venues for Tom Jones's new tour?

This latest tour will see Sir Tom visit nine outdoor venues all across the UK in summer 2024. Here's a full list of UK dates and venues:

  • 13th June 2024 — Plymouth, Plymouth Hoe
  • 15th June 2024 — Southampton, Southampton Summer Sessions
  • 26th June 2024 — Scarborough, Scarborough Open Air Theatre
  • 28th June 2024 — Thetford, High Lodge, Thetford Forest
  • 30th June 2024 — Stirling, City Park
  • 4th July 2024 — Bedford, Bedford Park
  • 6th July 2024 — Chepstow, Chepstow Summer Sessions, Chepstow Racecourse
  • 12th July 2024 — Halifax, The Piece Hall
  • 13th July 2024 — Derby, Derby Summer Sessions

When do Tom Jones UK tour tickets go on sale?

General sale tickets will officially go on sale at 9am on Friday 1st December on the Ticketmaster website.

When do Tom Jones pre-sale tickets go on sale?

There are a number of different pre-sales taking place for Tom Jones's latest tour, not all of which are applicable to every show. Here's a full list of pre-sale dates and times and the shows they're applicable to:

  • The Piece Hall Members pre-sale (9am on Tuesday 28th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Halifax
  • Priority from O2 pre-sale (9am on Wednesday 29th November until 8am on Friday 1st December)— Plymouth, Southampton, Thetford Forest, Stirling, Bedford, Chepstow, Derby
  • Barclaycard pre-sale (9am on Wednesday 29th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Scarborough, Halifax
  • Live Nation pre-sale (9am on Thursday 30th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Plymouth, Southampton, Scarborough, Thetford Forest, Stirling, Bedford, Halifax, Derby
  • Cuffe & Taylor pre-sale (9am on 30th Thursday November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Plymouth, Southampton, Scarborough, Thetford Forest, Bedford, Halifax, Derby
  • Ticketmaster pre-sale (9am on Thursday 30th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Plymouth, Southampton, Thetford Forest, Stirling, Bedford, Halifax, Derby
  • Summer Sessions pre-sale (9am on Thursday 30th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Plymouth, Southampton, Stirling, Bedford, Chepstow, Derby
  • Gigs in Scotland pre-sale (9am on Thursday 30th November until 8am on Friday 1st December) — Stirling

How much are Tom Jones tickets?

Seated tickets for Tom Jones's tour begin at £45.75, while standing tickets cost £61.50 and up. There are also a number of VIP packages on offer depending on your desired venue and date.

Your weekend starts here!

Sign up for our Going Out newsletter to receive the latest updates on new ticket releases, plus inspiration for how to spend your weekend.

By entering your details, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy . You can unsubscribe at any time.

How to get Tom Jones new UK tour tickets for 2024 summer dates

Make sure you know your Ticketmaster login details and get online bright and early before pre-sale or general sale tickets go live. We usually recommend logging on at least ten minutes before the tickets are set to go on sale.

For more top tips and tricks for securing your tickets, check out our guide on how to beat the Ticketmaster queue .

Why not treat yourself to some West End tickets as well? We've rounded up the best West End shows, plays and musicals , as well as some advice on how to get cheap London West End theatre tickets .

tom jones latest tour

Subscribe to Radio Times

Try 10 issues for £10!

tom jones latest tour

Radio Times Travel Guide

Luxe for Less - great savings on global travel offers

tom jones latest tour

FREE Guide to Equity Release

Unlocking the Cash from Your Home, get the free guide written by Paul Lewis

The best TV and entertainment news in your inbox

Sign up to receive our newsletter!

uDiscover Music

  • Latest News

‘Mary Poppins’: The Music Of The Disney Classic

‘stonedhenge’: ten years after’s monument to the late 1960s, session musician spotlight: harvey mason, ‘nobody was going to stop us’: omd on their self-titled debut album, why natalie cole’s ‘unpredictable’ success was in her dna, soul walk: edwin starr marches into pop and r&b top tens with ‘twenty-five miles’, best new jack swing songs: 40 party starting jams, no doubt’s greatest hits to get first black vinyl release, norah jones gets spirited on new song ‘staring at the wall’, billie eilish confirms her third album is finished, sophie ellis-bextor announces first north american tour, k-os announces reissue of 2007 album ‘atlantis: hymns for disco’, portishead announces ‘roseland nyc live 25’ vinyl release, sam mendes and neal street productions announce four beatles biopics, tom jones announces uk dates for december on ‘ages & stages’ tour.

The shows begin in Nottingham on December 14, with stops in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, and Manchester.

Published on

Tom Jones - Photo: Courtesy of STARLITE/Redferns

Tom Jones has announced a new set of dates in December, under the banner of the Ages & Stages UK Arena Tour . The shows will, as ever, showcase the Welsh vocal giant’s vast and versatile catalog of much-loved hits and favorites across his extraordinary 60-year career.

The shows begin in Nottingham on December 14, with stops in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, and Manchester. Tickets go on general sale this Friday (September 8) at 10am via LiveNation.co.uk . The Ages & Stages tour launched with a North American leg in April and May, before European shows between June and August.

Jones’ total sales stand at more than 100 million records, with 36 UK Top 40 hits, and countless prestigious awards, all the way back to his Grammy Award as Best New Artist in 1966, when he had two other nominations. He won BRIT Awards in 2000 and 2003, was knighted by Her Majesty The Queen in 2006 for services to music, and was the recipient of the UK’s Music Industry Trust Award in 2010.

‘Post Card’: Mary Hopkin Sends A Musical Message Via Paul McCartney

Juvenile, iggy pop, and ne-yo: currently trending songs.

Tom Jones - I Won’t Crumble With You If You Fall (Live from Real World Studios)

The star’s most recent album Surrounded By Time , his latest collaboration with producer Ethan Johns, went straight to No.1 in the UK on its release in April 2021. Recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales and at Real World in Wiltshire, it was hugely acclaimed by reviewers, with the Daily Telegraph ’s Neil McCormick writing in a five-star notice: “Jones’s voice has weathered better than most, taking on an oaken quality, with rich low notes and just a patina of tiny cracks adding some antique class.”

The Independent ’s Helen Brown described Jones as “an ongoing triumph of hope and experience,” observing that his “barnacled baritone steers a steady course through Moog-soaked covers of favourite songs, with sombre lines about dark oceans, soulless days, and skirting a skeleton coast.”

The dates for the Ages & Stages UK Arena Tour are:

Thurs 14th December Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Sat 16th December Birmingham Resorts World Arena Sun 17th December London The O2 Tues 19th December Glasgow OVO Hydro Weds 20th December Manchester AO Arena

Buy or stream Tom Jones’  Surrounded By Time .

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Abba - Waterloo 50th Anniversary

At Boston's Orpheum: 'It's Not Unusual' for Tom Jones to put on a great show

Singer Tom Jones performs earlier this year.

REVIEW:  Tom Jones at the Orpheum Theatre, Boston, Wednesday night

BOSTON –There’s  a line midway through Leonard Cohen’s wonderful 1988 tune “Tower of Song” that goes “I was born with the gift of a golden voice,” and when Tom Jones sang it Wednesday night before a packed house at The Orpheum Theatre  in Boston, the throng of 2,700 fans erupted in cheers, with half of them standing and all of them applauding wildly.

The venerable Welshman nodded quickly and didn’t miss a beat, or a note, and that was the prevailing impression you came away with after his 19-song, one-hour, 40-minute show.  Jones, 82, still has that booming baritone, truly a golden voice.

Jones drew seven songs from his latest album, “Surrounded by Time,” released in April 2021. It debuted at No. 1 on the charts in the United Kingdom, and Jones was proud to tell the audience that made him the oldest male singer to ever have an album chart in the U.K.’s  top spot. Jones did perform his best-known hits of the past, of course, but the rest of his set included those fresh new tunes and a smart sampling of songs he’s done recently.

Jones noted that he’s a big fan of Bob Dylan’s songwriting and Wednesday’s set included two of Dylan’s best and most recent works, as well as that Cohen song and others from Cat Stevens and Prince, and a tune made famous by Dusty Springfield. Late in his set, Jones did a sizzling dance-rocker, a veritable club banger in “If I Only Could,” from the 1990s hip-hop band Rise Robot Rise.

In short, Jones was not just in fine voice, his impeccable taste in choosing tunes was evident, the night had some nice surprises, and Jones seemed to be enjoying it as much as the audience did.

'Smitten from the start': Jon Hamm's charm carries shot-in-Cohasset 'Confess, Fletch'

Jones came out with a cane, wearing black pants and gold pullover, and perched himself on a stool. His five-piece backing band was smooth and efficient all night, and their arrangements really gave some of the oldest songs new life.

Jones sang his opening “I’m Growing Old” with just piano, a wistful ballad whose poignance was obvious. But then Dylan’s “Not Dark Yet,” a late-in-life proclamation of tenacity and purpose, and kind of a bluesy rumination in its original version, was transformed into a throbbing rocker by Jones and his band.

At its conclusion, Jones explained his cane and seated posture, noting he’d had his left hip replaced a few years ago and now had run into problems with his right hip while on the European portion of his tour. Advised to get his right hip replaced, Jones made a date for the surgery (Oct. 20), after this 20-date American tour.

Jones’ first big hit, 1965’s “It’s Not Unusual,” showcased the strength of his vocals, and the band turned it into sort of a samba with conga drums, accordion and acoustic guitar. The backing quintet favored an acoustic-centered approach all night and several songs also had that Latin flavor for a refreshing framework for the singer. Jones added the “whoa-whoa-whoa” howls at the end of his first hit and he may not have hit the highest notes as he did in 1965, but he was surely darned close.

An acoustic guitar-centered arrangement also worked well for “What’s New Pussycat?”, the Burt Bacharach tune that became another big hit. In Jones’ marvelously entertaining 2015 autobiography, “Over the Top and Back,” he notes that his initial impression was that it was a stupid song, and he told Bacharach, which might be why he never was offered another song from the masterful songsmith.

Music Scene: Weymouth's Jay Psaros returns to South Shore

 “The Windmills of Your Mind,” the Springfield hit, adapted just a little more grit in Jones’ rendition. But the bluesy smoldering that burst into a funky march for “Sex Bomb” really got the rhythms going – and that was when a 30-something woman ran down the front aisle and tossed a pair of panties onstage at the octogenarian sex symbol. It wasn’t the youngest crowd and many may have been buying Jones' records back in the ‘60s, but his effect on females is undiminished and squeals and randy suggestions were audible all night.  

Noting that his buddy Cat Stevens preferred folk and never wanted to be a pop music star, Jones admitted that was exactly his goal, making a cover of Stevens’ quirky but infectious “Popstar” extra engaging. Of course, the easy rolling country tones of “Green Green Grass of Home” got a huge response. But another Dylan song was even better, as “One More Cup Of Coffee,” with its mystical feel and tale involving a mysterious woman, fit Jones perfectly.

Todd Snider’s “Talking Reality Television Blues” might be the most unlikely Jones cover. In that 2019 song, Snider (who played The Narrows Center last Saturday) uses TV as a metaphor for how we’ve lost contact with the world and each other, and ultimately reality. Jones and the band delivered it as a surreal shuffle with electro-rock rhythms as he intoned the lengthy lyrics, including a Michael Jackson reference (“reality killed that video star”). It becomes quite topical with lines like, “But one after another we pretended not to act, as we hurtled ever forward towards alternative facts ...”

Concert review: Aerosmith jumps back in the saddle with 'fiery' show at Fenway Park

The Cohen song was another deft choice that seems made for Jones, a sort of look back at an artist’s life and struggle and relationships. The band shone again on “Delilah,” with Jones’ massive vocals carrying the day, of course, and the quintet with accordion and acoustic guitars performing it with the feel of a gypsy cabaret. After that Rise Robot Rise nugget, Prince’s “Kiss” and its elastic rhythms was a deft choice, where Jones once again proved he’s still a sizzling, flirtatious romantic lead.

“One Hell of a Life” is another superb choice of song, a summing up, a bit spiritual, but mainly a feisty declaration that this senior citizen needs none of your pity. (It is not on the new album, but is available on a special bonus CD).  As if to underline that very point, the muscular boogie-woogie romp “Strange Things Happening Every Day” amped up the energy again.

Jones introduced the final number by relating a tale when he and Elvis Presley, both having finished shows in Las Vegas, went out together to a Chuck Berry show. After Chuck had torn it up as usual, Presley leaned over to Jones and said, “That’s the real king of rock ‘n’ roll.” 

As Wednesday night ended in a torrid charge through Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode,” you had to believe Tom Jones is still rock ‘n’ roll royalty too.   

Thanks to our subscribers, who help make this coverage possible. Please consider supporting quality local journalism with a Patriot Ledger subscription.  Here is our latest offer.

The Paramount - Huntington NY

Tom Jones – Ages & Stages Tour

Tuesday, may 23 2023, show at 8pm  |   doors at 7pm, seating charts.

With a career spanning over 50 years, Tom Jones has gone from strength to strength, with his seminal and ubiquitous hits such as ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘Kiss’, ‘Delilah’, ‘What’s New Pussycat’, ‘I’ll Never Fall In Love Again’, ‘Sex Bomb’, and more. Along with sustaining his popularity as a live performer and recording artist for more than five decades, he continues to garner critical acclaim, including with the release of his most recent number 1 album, last year’s ‘Surrounded By Time’. The album, the latest in his series of collaborations with producer Ethan Johns, again saw Sir Tom delve further into his love of Blues & Soul, featuring his versions of songs by the likes of Bob Dylan, The Waterboys, Cat Stevens & more. It is the most recent high point in a career full of highlights, including being knighted by Her Majesty the Queen in 2006. Other highlights of his.... Read more...

With a career spanning over 50 years, Tom Jones has gone from strength to strength, with his seminal and ubiquitous hits such as ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘Kiss’, ‘Delilah’, ‘What’s New Pussycat’, ‘I’ll Never Fall In Love Again’, ‘Sex Bomb’, and more.

Along with sustaining his popularity as a live performer and recording artist for more than five decades, he continues to garner critical acclaim, including with the release of his most recent number 1 album, last year’s ‘Surrounded By Time’.

The album, the latest in his series of collaborations with producer Ethan Johns, again saw Sir Tom delve further into his love of Blues & Soul, featuring his versions of songs by the likes of Bob Dylan, The Waterboys, Cat Stevens & more.

It is the most recent high point in a career full of highlights, including being knighted by Her Majesty the Queen in 2006. Other highlights of his long career include receiving BRIT Awards for Best Male and Outstanding Contribution to Music, a Silver Clef Award for Lifetime Achievement, the Hitmaker Award from the [US] Songwriters Hall of Fame, GQ Man Of The Year, and the prestigious [UK] Music Industry Trust Award.

Show Less...

Health and Safety

tom jones latest tour

Awesome, you're subscribed!

Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon!

The best things in life are free.

Sign up for our email to enjoy your city without spending a thing (as well as some options when you’re feeling flush).

Déjà vu! We already have this email. Try another?

By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.

  • Things to Do
  • Food & Drink
  • Arts & Culture
  • Los Angeles

Get us in your inbox

🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!

Tom Jones

How to get tickets to Tom Jones’ 2023 UK tour, including prices and dates

The legendary singer’s ‘Ages and Stages’ tour includes five UK shows this December

Ed Cunningham

Is there any UK music icon quite like Tom Jones? From his prime hollerin’ days of the 1960s with hits like ‘It’s Not Unusual’ and ‘Delilah’ through to his arty rock releases of the past few years, Jones’ fame spans generations. So, as you can imagine, a Tom Jones tour is something for everyone to get excited about.

Following shows at Cardiff Castle in July, the Pontypridd-born crooner has announced five UK dates for December 2023. As part of his ‘Ages and Stages’ tour, he’ll be playing cities across England and Scotland . Here’s everything you need to know about those shows.

RECOMMENDED: How to get tickets for Taylor Swift’s 2024 UK Eras Tour, including price and pre-sale details The 1975’s 2024 tour in the UK: tickets, pre-sale and everything you need to know How to get tickets for Reading and Leeds festival 2024

When is Tom Jones going on a UK tour in 2023?

Tom’s ‘Ages and Stages’ tour will be in December.

When do tickets go on sale for Tom Jones’ ‘Ages & Stages’ tour?

General tickets go on sale this Friday, September 8 at 10am. However, if you’re a Tom superfan, you can register for presale online to get tickets at 10am on September 7. Find each gig and presale link on LiveNation here . 

How much do tickets cost?

Ticket prices haven’t yet been revealed. However, judging from Jones’ July gigs at Cardiff Castle, we’d expect prices to start at around £70 for standing tickets and £50 for seated. 

How can I register for tickets?

You can register on LiveNation for each individual gig here .

What UK dates and venues have been confirmed?

Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena – December 14

Birmingham, Resorts World Arena – December 16

London, The O2 – December 17

Glasgow , OVO Hydro – December 19

Manchester , AO Arena – December 20

Stay in the loop: sign up to our   free Time Out UK newsletter   for the latest UK news and the best stuff happening across the country.

  • Ed Cunningham News Editor, Time Out UK and Time Out London

Share the story

An email you’ll actually love

Discover Time Out original video

  • Press office
  • Investor relations
  • Work for Time Out
  • Editorial guidelines
  • Privacy notice
  • Do not sell my information
  • Cookie policy
  • Accessibility statement
  • Terms of use
  • Modern slavery statement
  • Manage cookies
  • Advertising
  • Time Out Market

Time Out products

  • Time Out Worldwide

setlist.fm logo

  • Statistics Stats
  • You are here:

Tom Jones Concert Setlists & Tour Dates

  • Tom Jones ( Welsh pop singer )
  • Tom Jones ( "Tuff" )
  • Tom Jones ( saxophone, blues )
  • Tom Jones ( Welsh drummer )
  • Tom Jones ( musical theatre lyricist )
  • Tom Jones ( Australian DJ )
  • Tom Jones ( guitar player )
  • show 4 more

Ages & Stages Tour

Tom jones at ao arena, manchester, england.

  • I'm Growing Old
  • Not Dark Yet
  • It's Not Unusual
  • What's New Pussycat?
  • The Windmills of Your Mind
  • Green Grass of Home
  • One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)
  • Talking Reality Television Blues
  • I Won't Crumble with You If You Fall
  • Tower of Song
  • Edit setlist songs
  • Edit venue & date
  • Edit set times
  • Add to festival
  • Report setlist

Tom Jones at The OVO Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland

  • Across the Borderline

Tom Jones at The O2 Arena, London, England

Tom jones at resorts world arena, birmingham, england, tom jones at motorpoint arena, nottingham, england, tom jones at audley end house, saffron walden, england, tom jones at plaza de toros de alicante, alicante, spain, tom jones at tío pepe festival 2023, tom jones at dreamland margate, margate, england.

Tom Jones setlists

More from this Artist

  • Artist Statistics
  • Add setlist

Most played songs

  • Delilah ( 414 )
  • It's Not Unusual ( 414 )
  • Green Grass of Home ( 398 )
  • Kiss ( 331 )
  • What's New Pussycat? ( 307 )

More Tom Jones statistics

The 5th Dimension 80's Inc Bryan Adams Jarkko Ahola Gájer Bálint Sally Barker Beans on Toast The Best of Britain Black Lace Boppin’ B Armin van Buuren Howard Carpendale Ben Cramer Mac DeMarco Dire Straits Experience Edelweiss Bavarian Showband EMF Erdmöbel Fergal Flaherty Helene Fischer Jimmy Fontana Global Kryner Goat the Head Goldie Lookin Chain Karel Gott Tony Hadley Nina Hagen Tony Henry Irigy Hónaljmirigy Jaspiloterna Miles Kane Leonardo Liam Carnell LINDER The Lottery Winners 't Luchtorkest Junior Magli Jore Marjaranta Metropole Orkest Michele Mr. Bungle Daniel Myer Mystic Prophecy Günther Neefs Orquesta Mondragón John Owen-Jones P.I.N.K Lüng Painted Willie Luciano Pavarotti Bart Peeters

Showing only 50 most recent

View covered by statistics

Artists covered

[traditional] ABBA Johnny Ace Bryan Adams Faye Adams The Amazing Rhythm Aces Paul Anka Arctic Monkeys Harold Arlen Louis Armstrong Billy Boy Arnold Ashton, Gardner & Dyke Hoyt Axton Burt Bacharach Kaye Ballard The Band Homer Banks The Beach Boys The Beatles Bee Gees William Bell The Bellamy Brothers Chuck Berry Big Maybelle Stephen Bishop Bobby “Blue” Bland Stewart Blandamer BodyRockers Johnny Bristol Joseph Brooks Willie Bryant and His Orchestra Chris de Burgh Solomon Burke Johnny Burnette Terry Callier Captain & Tennille Irene Cara Eric Carmen Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra Kim Carnes Tracy Chapman Ray Charles Chicane Cinderella Sanford Clark Leonard Cohen Marc Cohn Ann Cole with the Suburbans Bobby Cole John Conlee

View artists covered statistics

Gigs seen live by

1,854 people have seen Tom Jones live.

adamkingston BlondieNikC Martin-Edwards Dreamcoat bethanymaexox Ibby1971 JordanHalley JohnA770 JenT RupertCocking willie-r JBW161 GHaff Zurdo83 TMJack2001 philhitchings pete-newman flyts IanSuffolk lloydashley05 richardb nwfs Andy99 Ant1862 rjwoodrjwood Leethos Megalo89 pablodauden silverfox52 Gomis86 shgz LucyShalott TonyG68 Morgs71 lisab84 patk16 Virtualtroy arcticlovejoy Mark1705 Awill31 zoeshud igobackto505 nd1709 jhwhenyoung Bill BleepFreakCP Huwernie Donovly sarahexists Fredmkcb

Tom Jones on the web

Music links.

  • Tom Jones Lyrics (de)
  • Official Homepage

Tour Update

Marquee memories: arkells.

  • Feb 20, 2024
  • Feb 19, 2024
  • Feb 18, 2024
  • Feb 17, 2024
  • Feb 16, 2024
  • Feb 15, 2024
  • FAQ | Help | About
  • Terms of Service
  • Ad Choices | Privacy Policy
  • Feature requests
  • Songtexte.com

tom jones latest tour

The Independent

The Masked Singer: Danny Jones’ McFly bandmate reacts to pop star’s unveiling on ITV series

The Masked Singer winner Danny Jones ’s McFly bandmate Tom Fletcher has reacted to the pop star’s unveiling on the series.

On Saturday (17 February), the latest run of the ITV competition drew to a close after weeks of entertainment featuring celebrity contestants including Pointless host Alexander Armstrong, singers Dionne Warwick and Tiffany as well as Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas.

Also unmasked during this series, in what was called “the best reveal” the show’s “ever had” by host Joel Dommett , was Lorraine Kelly.

But it was Piranha , Cricket and Bigfoot who made it to the final and, after singer Lemar and presenter Alex Brooker were revealed as Cricket and Bigfoot respectively, McFly singer and guitarist Jones was unveiled as Piranha .

Fletcher, who has been in McFly with Jones for 21 years, shared a video of himself watching his friend’s unmasking with his three sons. After discovering Jones was under the mask, they all cheered, with Fletcher saying: “Go on, Mush!”

He shared another video, proclaiming: “I knew it! We’ve known for 21 years and now everyone else does too – @dannyjonesofficial AKA Piranha @maskedsingeruk has one of THE BEST voices of all time.”

In a follow-up video, Fletcher sent a message directly to Jones, telling him: “Danny ‘Piranha’ Jones, wow, congratulations mate. You gave some of the best vocals I’ve ever heard ever. They were unreal.

“I’m sure all McFly fans around the country have been screaming at their TVs for the last few weeks like my kids have because we, of course, know you can sing like that.

Jones’s unmasking did not come as a surprise to viewers of the show, who have been theorising he was Piranha for weeks now. Judge Rita Ora previously guessed Jones – but in the final, changed her prediction to singer Tom Grennan.

Speaking about his time on the show, Jones said: “I’ve had the most amazing time. I can escape behind here and just be Piranha and sing these songs. I’ve learnt so much, I’m able to sing higher now just from being on this show. I am so happy – thank you!”

Jones, who called winning the series “surreal”, also revealed that he predicted that his McFly bandmates – Fletcher, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd – would “guess” it was him under the mask “straight away”.

McFly, who have had seven No 1 singles in the UK, are known for the songs “Obviously”, “All About You” and “Star Girl”.

The Independent is the world’s most free-thinking news brand, providing global news, commentary and analysis for the independently-minded. We have grown a huge, global readership of independently minded individuals, who value our trusted voice and commitment to positive change. Our mission, making change happen, has never been as important as it is today.

Masked-Singer-Danny-Jones-McFly.jpg

VIDEO

  1. Tom Jones

  2. Tom Jones

  3. Tom Jones

  4. Tom Jones

  5. Tom Jones

  6. Tom Jones

COMMENTS

  1. Tour Dates

    TOUR dates . Subscribe. Sign up for the latest Tom Jones news, tours, exclusives and announcements first. First Name. Last Name. Email Address. Sign Up. Thank you! Back To Top.

  2. Tom Jones Tickets, 2024 Concert Tour Dates

    01 Friday 12:00 AMFri 3/1/24, 12:00 AM Abu Dhabi, AE Saadiyat Island Saadiyat Nights - Tom Jones Find tickets 3/1/24, 12:00 AM 3/20/24 Mar 20 Wednesday 05:15 PMWed 5:15 PM 3/20/24, 5:15 PM West Perth, WA, AU Kings Park Tom Jones - Ages & Stages Tour Find tickets 3/20/24, 5:15 PM Download the Ticketmaster App

  3. Tom Jones

    Sat Mar 16 Runway 11, AsiaWorld-Expo | Hong Kong, HONG KONG Tom Jones: Ages & Stages Tour Wed Mar 20 Kings Park & Botanic Garden | Perth, AUSTRALIA Tom Jones 'Ages and Stages Tour' Thu Mar 21 Kings Park & Botanic Garden | Perth, AUSTRALIA Tom Jones 'Ages and Stages Tour' Sat Mar 23 a day on the green - Centennial Vineyards | Bowral, AUSTRALIA

  4. Tom Jones tour 2023: Where to buy tickets, schedule, dates

    To kick off the international run, Sir Tom Jones will play 16 North American concerts from May 3 through May 26 as part of his upcoming Ages and Stages Tour. And Jones must have fans in the...

  5. Tom Jones Full Tour Schedule 2024 & 2025, Tour Dates & Concerts

    Tom Jones tour dates 2024. Tom Jones is currently touring across 8 countries and has 32 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, after that they'll be at Kings Park & Botanic Garden in West Perth. See all your opportunities to see them live below!

  6. Tom Jones

    Tom Jones performs "The Windmills Of Your Mind" taken from his latest album 'Surrounded By Time' live at o2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London (July 2021).Tom ...

  7. Tom Jones Announces 2022 North American Tour

    Tom Jones 2022 Tour Dates: 06/11 - Cork, IE @ Live at the Marquee 06/12 - Belfast, UK @ Botanic Gardens 06/15 - London, UK @ The Royal Hospital Chelsea 06/17 - Cardiff, UK @ Principality Stadium ^ 06/18 - Cardiff, UK @ Principality Stadium ^ 06/22 - St. Ives, UK @ Tunes in the Park 06/23 - Warmister, UK @ Longleat

  8. Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates

    82-year-old legend Tom Jones is hitting the road in 2023. Beginning with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl on April 29th and 30th, Jones' 2023 tour also includes several dates across Texas, Florida, and New York, as well as stops in Nashville, North Charleston, South Carolina, and Atlantic City.

  9. Tom Jones Announces 2023 Tour Dates

    Back in 2021, Kyle Meredith caught up with Jones to discuss his most recent (and 15th!) studio album, Surrounded by Time. Tom Jones 2023 Tour Dates: 04/29 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl. 04/ ...

  10. Tom Jones' Transatlantic 'Ages & Stages' Tour To ...

    Tom Jones has announced a 2023 Ages & Stages tour that will open with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl on April 29 and 30. After a set of shows in North America, the itinerary will cross to...

  11. Tom Jones

    Tom Jones performs "I'm Growing Old" taken from his latest album 'Surrounded By Time' live at o2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London (July 2021).Tom Jones' New ...

  12. Tom Jones Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2025 & 2024

    Find information on all of Tom Jones's upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2023-2024. Tom Jones is not due to play near your location currently - but they are scheduled to play 13 concerts across 2 countries in 2023-2024. View all concerts.

  13. Tom Jones review

    Wed 28 Jul 2021 06.25 EDT "I just thought of something," muses Tom Jones, halfway through a deft and moving set. "The last time I did a show, I was in my 70s. Now I'm in my 80s. How about...

  14. How to get Tom Jones tickets for his new summer 2024 tour dates

    This latest tour will see Sir Tom visit nine outdoor venues all across the UK in summer 2024. Here's a full list of UK dates and venues: 13th June 2024 — Plymouth, Plymouth Hoe 15th June 2024...

  15. Tom Jones Announces UK Dates For December On 'Ages & Stages' Tour

    Tom Jones has announced a new set of dates in December, under the banner of the Ages & Stages UK Arena Tour. The shows will, as ever, showcase the Welsh vocal giant's vast and versatile...

  16. Concert review: Tom Jones shows off incredible vocals in Boston

    The venerable Welshman nodded quickly and didn't miss a beat, or a note, and that was the prevailing impression you came away with after his 19-song, one-hour, 40-minute show. Jones, 82, still ...

  17. Tom Jones

    Tom Jones "Ages & Stages Tour", Tuesday, May 23, 2023, The Paramount, 370 New York Ave. Huntington, NY 11743 Shows Venue SEATING GET HERE FAQ SECURITY FOOD MENU OUR STORY JOIN OUR TEAM COVID Policy Gift Cards BOOK FOUNDER'S ROOM Spotlight Ella's

  18. Tom Jones UK Tour 2023: How To Get Tickets, Prices & Dates For 'Ages

    So, as you can imagine, a Tom Jones tour is something for everyone to get excited about. Following shows at Cardiff Castle in July, the Pontypridd-born crooner has announced five UK dates for ...

  19. Tom Jones Concert Setlists

    Get Tom Jones setlists - view them, share them, discuss them with other Tom Jones fans for free on setlist.fm! setlist.fm Add Setlist. Search Clear search text ... Tom Jones, Tour: Ages & Stages, Venue: Bodegas González Byass, Jerez de la Frontera ... What's New Pussycat? (307) More Tom Jones statistics.

  20. Tom Jones (singer)

    Tom Jones (singer) Sir Thomas Jones Woodward OBE [1] [2] [3] (born 7 June 1940) is a Welsh singer. His career began with a string of top 10 hits in the 1960s and he has since toured regularly, with appearances in Las Vegas from 1967 to 2011. His voice has been described by AllMusic as a "full-throated, robust baritone ".

  21. Tom Jones Tickets

    Tom Jones 2024-25 tour dates, event details + much more. Buy Tom Jones tickets from Ticketmaster NZ. Tom Jones 2024-25 tour dates, event details + much more. ... New Zealand born singer/songwriter, GIN WIGMORE, first came to our attention after winning the International Songwriting Competition at 18 years old. She was the youngest and first ...

  22. The Masked Singer: Danny Jones' McFly bandmate reacts to pop ...

    The Masked Singer winner Danny Jones's McFly bandmate Tom Fletcher has reacted to the pop star's unveiling on the series. On Saturday (17 February), the latest run of the ITV competition drew ...