Ryan Hamilton (People On Vacation) Announces 2015 UK House Party Tour In September

It's been a hell of a year so far for Ryan Hamilton, as half of the songwriting duo People On Vacation, 2015 has already seen an album release, a UK wide tour and the romping success of the single You May Not Believe In God.  Not content with just having a hell of a year, Ryan has recently finished work on his debut solo album 'Hell Of A Day', which will get it's official release later this year.
The album used the crowdfunding platform Pledge Music to help become a reality, those who already knew of the talented Ryan Hamilton already have access to the finished album, one of the perks of being a grassroots supporter.
While it would be enough of a good year to release two albums and have a tour already completed, Ryan has announced a series of 'house party' shows across the UK. WIth intimate venues (people's living rooms!) this is a chance for those UK supporters who have been walking the journey with Ryan to get up close and personal, getting to hear the songs they helped release.
Certain dates are already looking close to selling out, so be sure to grab a ticket or 2 as soon as possible if you want to be part of the party. The dates/locations of Ryan's House Party Tour are:
Thursday Sept 3rd - Liverpool
Friday Sept 4th - Leeds
Saturday Sept 5th- Hull
Sunday Sept 6th - Ilkeston
Tuesday Sept 8th - Great Yarmouth
Wednesday Sept 9th - Stafford
Friday September 11th - Malvern
To purchase tickets for any (or all) of Ryan Hamilton's house party tour shows, please visit his official website www.ryanhamiltonmusic.com where all the necessary information will be found. 
Ryan Hamilton UK House Party Tour Poster Image
You can connect with Ryan over on Facebook - he's a bit of a social media whore. so this is where you'll see all the latest updates before everyone else!
If you didn't see it before you can also check out the Scribes Of Metal review of the People on Vacation album, The Chronicles Of Tim Powers by clicking HERE

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