Willie J Healey comes to Southampton in May on UK headline tour

Willie J Healey comes to Southampton in May on UK headline tour

Image by Hollie Fernando.

Willie J Healey’s latest album ‘Bunny’ earned a wave of remarkable critical adoration.

The album took his talents to a broader audience with highlights including the BBC 6 Music Album of the Year accolade (as chosen by Guy Garvey), BBC Radio 1 support from Jack Saunders and Greg James, a remarkable debut ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ performance, and a Sofa Session for Jo Whiley. 

 Now Willie J Healey puts ‘Bunny’ back in the spotlight with the confirmation of a new UK headline tour this May, coming to Southampton’s Wanderlust Festival on May 4.

 2023 saw Willie play numerous huge shows as guest to Florence + The Machine, Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T and his previous tour resulted in triumphant scenes and sold-out shows – including his biggest London headline show to date at the Brixton Electric.  Now this spring he will hit towns which have yet to witness the full ‘Bunny’ live experience.

 Willie says, ’Bunny tour round two! I feel lucky to be diving deeper into the depths of the UK and I’m intending on blowing doors off hinges.’’

 In addition to the May headline UK tour, Willie has a busy schedule of summer festival dates including Truck, Tramlines & Boardmasters, with more due to be announced.


Tickets for all shows listed below are on-sale now HERE



1          Exeter, Phoenix

2          Bath, Komedia

3          Cambridge, Mash

4          Southampton, Wanderlust Festival

5          Tunbridge Wells, Forum

7          Ipswich, The Baths

8          Leicester, O2 Academy

9          Hebden Bridge, Trades Club

10       York, The Crescent

11       Blackpool, Bootleg Social

12       Hull, Central Library



27                 Oxford, Truck Festival

28                 Sheffield, Tramlines Festival



9                     Newquay, Boardmasters Festival

31                 Manchester, Psych Festival


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