Tom Jones 2019 Tour Calendar Fills Up

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He turns 79 on June 7 but there’s no slowing down Tom Jones. He may have hit a temporary speed bump in 2017 when hip surgery postponed a U.S. tour. But his 2019 tour calendar has the Welsh singer playing a spring U.S. run, including a performance at Jazz Fest, followed by summer dates in several European countries and in the U.K.

Jones has had 19 Top 40 singles in the U.S. and sold some 100 million records worldwide. He broke through in the U.S. when “It’s Not Unusual” went Top 10 in 1965. He also scored hits with the themes for the films What’s New Pussycat? (written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David) and Thunderball. He won the 1966 Grammy Award for Best New Artist.

His many hits include “She’s A Lady,” “Green, Green Grass of Home” and “Delilah.” Jones hosted a variety show, This Is Tom Jones, that aired on ABC-TV from 1969 to 1971 and featured some of the biggest guests in classic rock. Though his presence on the U.S. pop charts faded by the 1980s, he continued to place songs in the American country charts throughout that decade. In recent decades he has continued to win new and younger listeners with his recordings of songs like Prince’s “Kiss” and Talking Heads’ “Burning Down the House,” as well as his own co-written tune “Sex Bomb” and albums produced by Wyclef Jean and Jack White. He was Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2006.

Since 2012, he has been a coach on The Voice U.K. (except for one season).

As Best Classic Bands wrote in our review last year: “To see Tom Jones in concert [now] is a very different experience than it was in his Vegas days. He falls into the category of senior citizen artists who have aged gracefully (think Tony Bennett), content to let the music drive the show.”

Related: Our review of Jones in concert from 2016

Watch Jones sing his big 1965 hit in 2018

Tom Jones 2019 Tour Dates (Tickets are available here and here)
Apr 25 – San Jose, CA – San Jose Center for the Perf. Arts
Apr 26 – Stockton, CA – Bob Hope Theatre
Apr 28 – Indio, CA – Empire Polo Club
Apr 30 – McAllen, TX – McAllen PAC
May 02 – New Orleans, LA – Jazz Fest
May 03 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City
May 05 – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Symphony Hall
May 06 – Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre
May 08 – Orlando, FL – Dr Phillips Center for the Perf. Arts
May 10 – Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall
May 11 – Hollywood, FL – Seminole Hard Rock Live Event Center

Jun 13 – London, UK – Royal Hospital Chelsea
Jun 15 – London, UK – Royal Hospital Chelsea
Jun 18 – Ljubljana, Slovenia – Arena Stozice
Jun 20 – Bratislava, Slovakia – NTC Arena
Jun 22 – Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena
Jun 24 – Plovdiv, Bulgaria – Ancient Theatre
Jun 26 – Cluj, Romania – Sala Polivalenta
Jun 28 – Paris, France – Salle Pleyel
Jun 29 – Paris, France – Salle Pleyel
Jul 03 – Tel Aviv, Israel – Memora Palace
Jul 05 – Kobenhavn, Denmark – Tivoli Gardens
Jul 07 – Linz, Austria – Domplatz
Jul 11 – Peterborough, UK – Abax Stadium
Jul 13 – Bristol, UK – Bristol County Ground
Jul 14 – Taunton, UK – Vivary Park
Jul 16 – Dinslaken, Germany – Fantastival Dinslaken
Jul 18 – Tulln An Der Donau, Austria – Donaubuhne
Jul 20 – Newbury, UK – Newbury Racecourse
Jul 21 – Colchester, UK – Colchester Castle Park
Jul 25 – Cascais, Portugal – EDP Cool Jazz Festival
Jul 27 – Dundee, UK – Slessor Gardens
Jul 28 – Lowther, UK – Kendal Calling 2019
Jul 31 – Ludwigsburg, Germany – Schloss Ludwigsburg
Aug 02 – Naantali, Finland – Naantali Sunfest
Aug 03 – Oulu, Finland – Club Teatria

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  1. Disappointed
    #1 Disappointed 29 January, 2019, 03:25

    I was left disappointed last year when sir Tom lol cancelled concert in Stansted Park at last minute due to ill health let us all down as on several other concerts but seems others were rebooked but not Stansted Park what a let down admired him for years but never again totally disappointed !!

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    • Gg
      Gg 23 March, 2019, 22:22

      The man was sick….. Do you only think about yourself? Maybe he couldn’t re- book the park. I’m thinking maybe you should be happy he recovered…..

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