Don McLean announces 2022 American Pie 50th Anniversary European tour

Dates include Manchester, Glasgow, London, Dublin and more

Don McLean will embark on a 35 date European tour in 2022 in support of American Pie’s 50th anniversary. The American Pie 50th Anniversary European Tour kicks off September 11th in Cardiff with stops in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasglow, Liverpool, London, Dublin, Holland, Amsterdam, Stockholm, and more before wrapping November 13th in Linz, Austria.

The eight-and-a-half-minute ballad “American Pie” has been making history since its release in 1971. Alongside songs by other icons such as Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Woody Guthrie, and Aretha Franklin, McLean’s composition was also voted “Song of the 20th Century.” Handwritten lyrics to the song were auctioned off for more than $1.2 million in 2015, and the composition was added to the Library Of Congress National Recording Registry two years later.

Last year, the legendary singer/songwriter teamed with award-winning a capella group Home Free for a remake of the song and subsequently released a music video that won three Telly Awards in 2021.

McLean was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last month at 6314 Hollywood Boulevard in front of The Pie Hole restaurant at the corner of Hollywood and Vine.

Don McLean American Pie 50th Anniversary European Tour Dates:

Sunday 11/09/2022 Cardiff / St Davids
Tuesday 13/09/2022 Ipswich / Regent Theatre
Wednesday 14/09/2022 Birmingham / Symphony Hall
Friday 16/09/2022 Bath / Forum
Saturday 17/09/202 Torquay / Princess Theatre
Sunday 18/09/2022 Bournemouth / Pavilion Theatre
Tuesday 20/09/2022 Brighton Dome
Wednesday 21/09/2022 Southend / Cliffs Pavilion
Friday 23/09/2022 Manchester / Bridgewater Hall
Saturday 24/09/2022 Gateshead / Sage
Sunday 25/09/2022 Glasgow Royal / Concert Hall
Tuesday 27/09/2022 Edinburgh / Usher Hall
Wednesday 28/09/2022 York / Barbican
Friday 30/09/2022 Leicester / De Montfort Hall
Saturday 01/10/2022 Sheffield / City Hall
Sunday 02/10/2022 Liverpool / Philharmonic Hall
Tuesday 04/10/2022 London / Palladium
Friday 07/10/2022 Dublin / 3 Arena
Sunday 9/10/22 Nijmegen, Holland / De Vereeniging
Monday 10/10/22 Amsterdam, Holland / Carre Theater
Friday 14/10/22 Bergen, Norway / Peer Gynt Salen
Saturday 15/10/22 Stavanger, Norway / Kuppelhallen
Sunday 16/10/22 Oslo, Norway / Sentrum Scene
Tuesday 18/10/22 Gothenburg, Sweden / Lorensbergsteatern
Thursday 20/10/22 Turku, Finland / Logomo
Friday 21/10/22 Helsinki, Finland / Kuulttuuritalo
Sunday 23/10/22 Stockholm, Sweden / Gota Lejon
Monday 24/10/22 Malmo, Sweden / Palladium
Tuesday 25/10/22 Greve, Denmark / Portalen
Thursday 27/10/22 Hamburg, Germany / Fabrik
Friday 28/10/22 Neuruppin, Germany / Kulturkirche
Saturday 29/10/22 Berlin, Germany / Admiralspalast
Tuesday 01/11/22 Antwerp, Belgium / De Singel
Saturday 12/11/22 Munich, Germany / Prinzregententheater
Sunday 13/11/22 Linz, Austria / Posthof

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