Fresh from wowing arena crowds across the UK Max Restaino, the 21-year-old songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, has announced he will bring his live show back to London next April.
O2 Islington Academy2 will see Max play his biggest London headline show to date on Thursday 19 April.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 8 December at 9AM.
The gifted young musician made his first TV appearance at the age of 9, and by 16 he made his first recording with Gary Barlow, playing the accordion on the track 'Let Me Go', which reached No.2 in the UK singles chart in 2013.
Since then Max has won a PRS Song Writing Award for the Sky TV series Tin Pan Alley. He’s worked with LA Film director Mark S Jacobs (of Glee & Kitchen Nightmares USA), Olly Murs, Geri Halliwell, Donny Osmond, and even Peter Kay, singing on his Car Share TV Series and Phoenix Nights Live.
In 2016 Max toured theatres across the UK with Rebecca Ferguson and this year he has supported STEPS on their sold out Arena tour including dates at The O2 and SSE Wembley Arena, building a firm fan base.
His recent single ‘Sugar Rush’ has been tearing up dance floors across the UK, (Top 10 in the Music Week Pop Club Chart), with new product planned for 2018.