Gary Barlow announces rescheduled Scottish tour dates with special guest Leona Lewis

Gary Barlow has announced he will be hitting the road next winter for his rescheduled solo tour – and the Take That singer will play gigs in Aberdeen and Glasgow.

Barlow’s Music Played By Humans tour kicks off in Belfast on November 27, 2021, and will see the chart-topping star play 15 shows in 13 cities around the UK and Ireland.

He’ll bring to life songs from his brand new album, Music Played By Humans, and perform hits from his three-decade spanning career.

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Barlow will be joined on the tour – which includes gigs at Aberdeen’s P&J Live Arena on November 30 and Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on December 1 – by special guest Leona Lewis.

Former Take That singer Gary Barlow will play two Scottish dates in 2021.Former Take That singer Gary Barlow will play two Scottish dates in 2021.
Former Take That singer Gary Barlow will play two Scottish dates in 2021.

Speaking about the 2021 tour, Barlow said: “I’ve missed performing so much this year, and I’m just really looking forward to getting out there and seeing everyone again.

“I’m excited to think about how the new songs on the album will sound live and with an audience. I can’t wait to see you all next year!”

Tickets are on sale now from and

Music Played By Humans - The Tour 2021

27 November Belfast SSE Arena

28 November Dublin 3Arena

30 November Aberdeen P&J Live Arena

1 December Glasgow The SSE Hydro

2 December Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

5 December Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

6 December Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

7 December Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

9 December Manchester AO Arena

10 December Birmingham Resorts World Arena

11 December Leeds First Direct Arena

13 December Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

16 December London The O2

17 December London The O2

18 December Newcastle Utilita Arena

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