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Craig David Tickets

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21 Jun 2024 21 Jun

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Ne-Yo

Iowa State Fairgrounds · Des Moines, IA

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2 Feb 2025 2 Feb

Sun · 18:30

Craig David Leeds

First Direct Arena · Leeds

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4 Feb 2025 4 Feb

Tue · 18:30

Craig David Glasgow

SEC Armadillo · Glasgow

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5 Feb 2025 5 Feb

Wed · 18:00

Craig David Newcastle Upon Tyne

Utilita Arena · Newcastle upon Tyne

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7 Feb 2025 7 Feb

Fri · 18:30

Craig David Milton Keynes

Marshall Arena · Milton Keynes

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8 Feb 2025 8 Feb

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12 Feb 2025 12 Feb

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Craig David Nottingham

Motorpoint Arena · Nottingham

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14 Feb 2025 14 Feb

Fri · 19:00

Craig David Manchester

Co-op Live · Manchester

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Craig David Tour Overview

Craig Ashley David MBE (born 5 May 1981) is a British singer and songwriter who rose to fame in 1999, featuring on the single "Re-Rewind" by Artful Dodger. David's debut studio album, Born to Do It, was released in 2000, after which he has released a further five studio albums and worked with a variety of artists such as Sting, Tinchy Stryder, Big Narstie, Kano and Jay Sean. David has 20 UK top 40 singles, and seven UK top 40 albums, selling over 15 million records worldwide as a solo artist.

David has been nominated for fourteen Brit Awards: five times for Best British Male, and twice receiving a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.

About Craig David

David was born in Southampton, Hampshire,[4] the son of Tina (née Loftus), a retail assistant at Superdrug, and George David, a carpenter, and grew up in the Holyrood estate. David's father is Afro-Grenadian and David's mother is Anglo-Jewish and related to the founders of the Accurist watch-making company; David's maternal grandfather was an Orthodox Jew and his maternal grandmother a convert to Judaism. David's parents separated when he was eight and he was brought up by his mother.

He attended Bellemoor School and Southampton City College. David was bullied by other students at school.[citation needed] He wrote and released the song "Johnny" in 2005 about his memories of being bullied.

David's father, George David, played bass in a reggae band called Ebony Rockers. As a teen, David began accompanying his father to local dance clubs, where DJs let him take the microphone.

Craig David Facts

  • Music was always likely to be Craig's career choice. It was in his gene pool as his carpenter father George was the bassist in reggae group Ebony Rockers. The group are credited with bringing the reggae sounds of inner-city Southampton to the rest of the UK at the ends of the '70s.
  • He may have become a figure of fun in recent years, but Craig has an impressive record of scoring hits. He became the youngest ever male artist to score a number one when he released his debut 'Fill Me In' in 2000. Since then, he has scored ten more Top 10 hits and released two multi-platinum albums. A record not to be sniffed at.
  • Craig scooped up three MOBO awards in the same year for his work on 'Born To Do It'.
  • Craig's efforts and impact on the music industry were finally rewarded in 2008 when he was given an honorary degree as Doctor of Music by Southampton Solent University. So show him some respect, people!

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