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Ro-llercoaster Ronan Keating postpones Irish TwentyTwenty tour to January 2022 due to pandemic

The Dubliner has now announced that his Twenty Twenty tour has been rescheduled for a third time, with the gigs set to take place in January and February 2022.

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Ronan Keating (Ian West/PA)

Ronan Keating (Ian West/PA)

Ronan Keating (Ian West/PA)

Ronan Keating has postponed his Twenty Twenty tour for the third time due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Boyzone singer was originally scheduled to play Vicar Street on February 2nd 2021.

The Dubliner has now announced that his Twenty Twenty tour has been rescheduled for a third time, with the gigs set to take place in January and February 2022.

Keating has added new four dates to the new tour lineup, including Newcastle, Southend, Northampton, and Liverpool.

The tour is set to conclude in Belfast’s Waterfront on February 10th 2022.

He revealed the news in an Instagram post which was accompanied by a new tour poster displaying the added dates.

He wrote: “Following the Government’s roadmap to lockdown easing, it was hoped that Ronan’s ‘Twenty Twenty’ UK & Ireland tour could take place as scheduled this summer.

“Despite efforts by all involved, that will sadly not be possible and as such the tour has been rescheduled for January/February 2022.

“Ticket holders should hold onto their tickets as they will remain valid for the rescheduled dates,” the singer continued.

His scheduled concerts at Doncaster Wildlife Park in August and Higginson Park in Marlow in September currently remain unaffected.

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