George Ezra has announced his biggest UK tour to date, an arena tour which will take place in March 2019.
The ‘Shotgun’ singer will kick off his tour at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on March 7. He will then visit Leeds, Liverpool, Brighton, Nottingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham before finishing off at London’s iconic O2 Arena.
George Ezra tour dates
7 March – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
8 March – first direct Arena, Leeds
9 March – Echo Arena, Liverpool
11 March – Brighton Centre, Brighton
12 March – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
13 March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 March – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
16 March – Arena, Manchester
17 March – Genting Arena, Birmingham
19 March – O2 Arena, London
Tickets go on general sale on Friday (August 17) at 9am BST. However, if you sign up to George’s mailing list here before tomorrow (August 14) at 5pm BST, then you will receive access to an exclusive presale which begins at 9am BST on Wednesday (August 15).
Check out George’s hilarious tour announcement below.
WE’RE GOING ON TOUR! And not just any tour, the biggest run of dates that I will have EVER played, ending at the O2 in London (The Millennium Dome). If you register by 5pm BST tomorrow, you will receive early pre-sale access to the tour by email, from me: https://t.co/sTqODmpjs0 pic.twitter.com/8QE1LXmISO
— george E Z R A (@george_ezra) August 13, 2018
2018 has been a stellar year for George Ezra, which began with the release of the platinum selling ‘Paradise’. In February he launched his George Ezra & Friends podcast, which featured the likes of Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Lily Allen and Elton John.
Following the release of his latest single ‘Shotgun’ and promotional singles ‘Pretty Shining People’ and ‘Hold My Girl’, George released his sophomore album Staying at Tamara’s in March. The album went straight in at number one in the UK. George also achieved his very first number one single in the UK with ‘Shotgun’. The track was released in May and enjoyed a steady climb to the top, hitting number one at the end of June.
George will be touring for the rest of the year, including a string of sold out UK shows which will take place in November. His 2019 arena tour announcement is the icing on the cake for what has been a spectacular few months for the talented singer-songwriter.