A popular Welsh singer will be coming to Swansea in 2025 after extending his tour.

Famed classical crossover artist, Aled Jones, has delighted fans by adding almost 60 new dates to his Full Circle tour for next spring, with the celebrated singer scheduled to perform in Swansea's Brangwyn Hall on May 28, 2025.

Mr Jones listened to fans' pleas and extended his tour, aiming to reach even more venues across England, Wales, and breaking new ground in Scotland.

His one-man show began in March of this year, featuring unforgettable stories and well-loved songs from his illustrious career.

"The response to Full Circle has been incredible," he said.

"I have absolutely loved sharing some of my most special stories and personal photographs, from when I was a young choir boy in Bangor right through to the present, and hosting Songs of Praise.

"Having listened to fans, who have told me where they would like the tour to head to next, I have added lots of dates in spring 2025."

Beyond sharing personal anecdotes and memories, Mr Jones also performs some of his favourite songs during his tour, including the iconic 'Walking in the Air' from the animated film 'The Snowman'. This song cemented his status as a household name when he was a young chorister.

Known to millions for his mesmerising vocal abilities, he has sold more than seven million albums worldwide.

His versatility is evident as he's performed in leading roles in London's West End, including musicals like 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat', 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang', and 'White Christmas'.

Mr Jones’ global demand as a singer is undeniable, having performed in prestigious venues, from London’s Royal Albert Hall to the Sydney Opera House.

He’s esteemed amongst royals and even performed privately for King Charles III in Kensington Palace.

In addition to his singing career, he's achieved success as a television broadcaster and radio presenter, interviewing countless high-profile celebrities.

He heads up BBC’s Songs of Praise and runs his own weekend morning programmes on Classic FM.

Tickets for the extended tour went on sale on April 26 at 10am, available for purchase at the venue.