About The Kingdom Choir
The Kingdom Choir, who became a household name after performing at the HRH Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Royal Wedding, have announced a UK headline tour to mark one year since the occasion. The tour, which launches on 30 April 2019 in Sheffield, includes a performance at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall exactly a year to the date of the wedding.
Following their performance at the Royal Wedding earlier this year The Kingdom Choir went on to make high profile appearances on the likes of Songs Of Praise, The One Show, Good Morning Britain and many more. The choir consists of seasoned male and female vocalists, chosen for their high quality delivery of choral meets gospel. They’ve been featured in the film Tube Tales, the TV series Maisie Raine, an Orange advert, and alongside the BBC Philharmonic for the Radio 4 Easter Sunday Worship.
News of their UK tour comes alongside release details for their debut album Stand By Me, due on Friday 26 October 2018. The record features the choir’s rendition of the title track, performed at this year’s Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The record also features distinctive versions of Halo by Beyoncé, All Of Me by John Legend, and Stormzy’s Blinded By Your Grace Part 2. Stand By Me also features Chases, an original track written by members of The Kingdom Choir.
Find tickets for The Kingdom Choir on:
30 April 2019 – City Hall, Sheffield
2 May 2019 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
4 May 2019 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
5 May 2019 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
7 May 2019 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
8 May 2019 – Barbican, York
9 May 2019 – Sage, Gateshead
10 May 2019 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
12 May 2019 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
13 May 2019 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
16 May 2019 – The Forum, Bath
19 May 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London
21 May 2019 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
22 May 2019 – Theatre Royal, Glasgow
23 May 2019 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
27 May 2019 – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
28 May 2019 – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
30 May 2019 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
Last updated: September, 2018