Jamie Lawson has announced a huge 16-date autumn tour that will stop off at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on October 24.

Last year, Jamie was announced as the first signing to Ed Sheeran's own label Gingerbread Man Records. In the whirlwind that followed, Jamie toured with Ed across the world, went from playing to 150 people at London's Barfly to supporting One Direction on their final full UK arena tour. His self-titled album, released in October 2015, reached Number One in the UK and has sold more than a quarter of a million copies worldwide. Furthermore, his juggernaut single Wasn't Expecting That has, to date, sold more than 400,000 in the UK.

Recent months have seen Jamie playing to more than 175,000 people in Australia (where Wasn't Expecting That hit Number 2 and New Zealand. In the past few weeks he has also supported Ed Sheeran on his mammoth UK stadium tour, playing two nights with him at Dublin's Croke Park, along with a headline show at London's Barfly (where Ed jumped on stage to duet on Jamie's track Cold in Ohio).

Support at the Cambridge gig is from: Calum Scott.

Tickets are £20.50 from the corn exchange at: www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk or telephone 01223 357851.