Posted Wednesday 21st of Oct 2009 by in News

Whitney Houston Annouces Extra Tour Dates Due To Public Demand

Whitney Houston is having an incredible week. Last Sunday’s X Factor which included her incredible performance, was the most watched X Factor in the shows history, her new album ‘I Look To You’ is at number 3 in the mid-week chart, the single ‘Million Dollar Bill’ has climbed eight places to number 5, and ‘’The Ultimate Collection’ is back in the top 20!

If that wasn’t enough, superstar Whitney is adding more dates to her highly anticipated tour due to popular demand. This is her first major tour in more than 11 years. The concerts will be the must see shows of this decade as she returns to the stage to perform classic hits alongside her latest songs. “This is my first full tour since the My Love Is Your Love tour and I am so excited to be performing for my fans around the world after all this time. I am putting together a great show and cannot wait to perform the songs from my new album I Look To You along with some of your favourites,” said Whitney Houston.

TOUR DATES and TICKET ON-SALE DETAILS

Thursday, April 8 Manchester, UK MEN Arena
Friday, April 9 Manchester, UK MEN Arena – NEW SHOW
Sunday, April 11 Glasgow, UK SECC
Tuesday, April 13 Birmingham, UK LG Arena
Thursday, April 22 Newcastle, UK Metro Radio Arena
Sunday, April 25 London, UK 02 Arena
Monday, April 26 London, UK 02 Arena – NEW SHOW
Wednesday, April 28 London, UK 02 Arena – NEW SHOW


The second single to be taken from the new album is the title track I Look To You which will be released on December 14th. In the twenty-five years since she recorded her history-making debut album, Whitney Houston has become a superstar, a legend, an icon. One of the bestselling female artists of all time, she has sold over 140 million albums worldwide and is the most awarded female artist in history with 411 awards to her name. Her longtime producer Clive Davis encouraged her to record her recent release I Look To You which has topped charts across the world.



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