American Idol Scotty McCreery has added another London date due to demand!

Scotty McCreery won Season 10 of American Idol in 2011 with cover songs but he has certainly amassed enough hits of his own in the years that followed. He’ll be showcasing platinum-selling Billboard number one singles Five More Minutes and This Is It, and plenty of other country songs from his latest album Seasons Change, when he plays the UK for the first time in October.

McCreery has sold over 3 million records to date, all four of his albums have debuted at number one on the Billboard Albums chart, and his U.S. hit This Is It, filmed at his wedding, has had over 51 million views on YouTube. So it’s safe to say that it’s a big deal that UK fans have the chance to see him at sub-450 capacity venues.

The show at London’s prestigious Bush Hall on October 26 will be part of the increasingly popular Country Music Week which helps UK country fans bridge the gap until the hugely popular C2C Festival at The O2 in London in March.

Northern fans don’t have to miss out; McCreery is also playing the following day at Manchester Academy 2. That’s an upgrade from the original Manchester Academy 3 due to unexpected demand. 

AND…because the first London show sold out the day it went on sale, McCreery is heading straight back to London for another headline show at Bush Hall on October 28!


To reward loyal country fans, a pre-sale will be available to C2C festival attendees on August 21, 2019, at 9:00 a.m.

General on-sale tickets will be available from August 23, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. Remember, you’ll be competing against people hoping to catch him twice, so don’t wait on getting tickets!

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