Former X Factor finalist Rebecca Ferguson has rescheduled her UK tour for November.
She was forced to cancel the original dates due to recording commitments.
She will now be playing Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on November 8 and Sheffield City Hall on November 11.
And is excited to get back on the road again.
She said: “I have been working on my new album and it is sounding great.
“I am so pleased with how it’s all going and I can’t wait for you to hear it and to perform it live as well as some of the material you already know and love.
“I made the decision to change the dates for my tour to focus on getting the album ready.
“I know this will be an inconvenience for a lot of my fans as you were excited to see me but it’ll be a great show and worth the wait.”
Rebecca Ferguson first came to prominence on the X Factor in 2010 when she finished runner-up to Matt Cardle.
Her debut single, Nothing’s Real But Love made the top 10 on the UK charts.
That was followed by a highly successful debut album, Heaven, in 2011, which reached number three on the UK charts.
The follow-up, Freedom, in 2013, also made the UK top 10, reaching number six.
And she made it at hat-trick of top 10 UK albums when her cover of Billie Holiday’s classic album, Lady Sings The Blues, reached number seven when it was released last year.
Tickets for her Nottingham show are £22.50 to £35 and available now on 0115 9895555 or online at www.trch.co.uk
All tickets bought for the original date remain valid for the new one.
However, anyone wanting a refund should submit their request to the box office by February 11. See the website for full details.
Tickets for her Sheffield show are pariced from £22.50 and available on 0114 2789789 or online at www.shefffieldcityhall.co.uk
Again, all tickets bought for the original date remain valid for the new one.
Customers wanting a refund should contact their point of purchase.