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Sam Ryder confirms “There ‘s Nothing But Space, Man ” 2023 UK & Ireland tour

Eurovision 2022 ‘s most positive participant is ready to spread the love during a series of concerts all over the United Kingdom and Ireland! (but not in space, unfortunately)

We all remember how Sam Ryder gave the United Kingdom their best result since 1998, after receiving 466 points points in the Grand Final and finishing in second place. Ever since, Sam ‘s career has taken off massively. Just 2 weeks ago, he performed at the Queen ‘s Platinum Julibee amongst many big names in the music industry. One week later he sang his heart out in Wembley Stadium during the Capital Summertime Ball. And since we all can ‘t get enough of him, Sam announced his upcoming album and tour this week on Twitter! His debut album and tour are named after his iconic line in ‘Space Man ‘, “There ‘s Nothing But Space, Man “.

The tour will start on the 17th of March in Belfast and will see Sam visit 14 cities, closing the tour in Brighton on the 5th of April. Tickets are available via his official website.

Sam Ryder at Eurovision 2022

Earlier this month, Sam Ryder granted the UK their best result at Eurovision since 1998, and took them to second place with a total of 466 points. He continues to break records, as last week, the Official Charts Company also confirmed that his Eurovision song “Space Man” reached number 2 in the UK’s Top 40 chart. This is an important milestone, as is it is the highest charting Eurovision entry from the United Kingdom this century.

Re-live his memorable and stunning performance of “Space Man” at the Eurovision 2022 Grand Final below!

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