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Savage Garden singer and multi-award winning songwriter Darren Hayes has announced his first UK tour in over a decade, to celebrate 25 years in music.
The Do You Remember Tour will feature hits from across his career, including his chart-topping records in duo Savage Garden, as well as his solo hits and new music.
The tour will begin on March 21, 2023 at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham, taking in over 10 cities across the UK including Brighton, Cardiff, Oxford, Birmingham, London, Southend, Glasgow, Newcastle and Manchester.
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Known for songs including Truly Madly Deeply, I Knew I Loved You, Insatiable and Crush (1980 Me), Darren Hayes expressed his excitement for performing to generations of fans on the upcoming tour as he prepares to return to the UK next year.
He said: "You never know how much you love something until it’s taken away from you.
"After almost a decade out of the spotlight and all this time in lockdown I found myself really missing the electric feeling that only a live audience can bring.
"After 25 years in the music industry, I feel like we’ve grown up together. To sing these songs again after all we’ve been through is going to feel like a family reunion.
"I’m beyond excited to return."
Darren Hayes first rose to fame as part of Savage Garden, landing over 10 UK top 40 hits including I Want You and To The Moon And Back, as well as U.S Billboard number one records.
He later launched a successful solo career with albums including Spin and The Tension And The Spark, with the singer selling over 30 million records to date.
Darren also recently released new songs including Let's Try Being In Love and Do You Remember earlier in 2022, as well as new record Poison Blood, which fans will be able to hear live on the upcoming tour.
Tickets for the Do You Remember Tour are on sale from 9am on June 30, 2022.
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