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Sir Cliff Richard has announced a new month-long tour of northern Europe to celebrate 60 years in the music industry next year.
The Christian entertainer will stage shows at venues including London's Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow and the SSE Arena in Belfast during his '58-18=60' tour.
Addressing his fans, the 77-year-old said: "I am so happy to announce that I will be doing a tour to celebrate my 60th anniversary in the music business.
"I cannot believe it is already ten years since my 50th anniversary in 2008 - so much has happened, and I'm very grateful that you have kept me busy!"
Sir Cliff will also perform before fans in Newcastle, Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Bournemouth, Brighton and Birmingham between 27th September and 26th October 2018.
Further afield, he also has performance planned for the 3 Arena in Dublin and the Copenhagen Operaen in Denmark's capital city.
With more than 100 album releases, 123 single hits and the equivalent of 20 years spent in the UK charts to his name, Sir Cliff has been dubbed Britain's 'Ultimate Pop Star'.
He added: "I am truly delighted to be performing the 58-18=60 Tour... I hope you will join me... I simply can't wait! - see you next year!"
The tour marks the first major performance fixture for Sir Cliff since he was cleared last year of sexual assault allegations - which he always denied.
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