Paloma Faith 2021 UK tour

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Paloma Faith recently announced a huge headline UK tour for 2021. The 26-date tour will see the singer perform in theatres across the UK, kicking off in Oxford on September 16 and finishing up in Liverpool on October 25. It’s in support of her upcoming fifth studio album ‘Infinite Things’. […]

Paloma Faith recently announced a huge headline UK tour for 2021.

The 26-date tour will see the singer perform in theatres across the UK, kicking off in Oxford on September 16 and finishing up in Liverpool on October 25.

It’s in support of her upcoming fifth studio album ‘Infinite Things’.

Due for release on November 13 it features lead single ‘Better Than This’ and follows up her 2017 number one LP ‘The Architect’.

The singer revealed that she wrote most of the songs for the album before the Covid-19 pandemic, but then ripped them all up and started fresh when the world went into lockdown.

She learnt how to engineer her own music and used the downtime to be creative away from the conveyor belt of music and promo, working with writers and producers including MNEK and Josef Salvat to create the finished LP.

Since her 2009 debut the singer has released four platinum selling albums and hits including ‘New York’, ‘Picking Up The Pieces’ and ‘Can’t Rely On You’ as well as collaborations with Sigala and Sigma on ‘Lullaby’ and ‘Changing’.

You can find out how to get tickets and the full tour dates below.

How to get tickets?

They go on general sale at 10am on Friday, October 2 via Ticketmaster here or See Tickets here.

Tickets for theatre shows in Oxford, Stockton, Stoke, Torquay and Liverpool will also be available from ATGTickets.com.

They’re priced at £39.50 / £55 plus fees, while VIP packages are also available.

What are the tour dates?

  • 16 September — New Theatre, Oxford
  • 18 September— SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
  • 19 September — Usher Hall, Edinburgh
  • 21 September — Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
  • 22 September — Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
  • 24 September — Symphony Hall, Birmingham
  • 25 September — Symphony Hall, Birmingham
  • 27 September — O2 City Hall, Newcastle
  • 28 September — City Hall, Sheffield
  • 30 September — Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
  • 1 October — Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
  • 3 October — Convention Centre, Harrogate
  • 4 October — Regent Theatre, Ipswich
  • 6 October — International Centre, Bournemouth
  • 7 October — Bonus Arena, Hull
  • 9 October — The Globe, Stockton
  • 10 October — Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent
  • 12 October — Forum, Bath
  • 13 October — Princess Theatre, Torquay
  • 15 October — The Pavilions, Plymouth
  • 16 October — Centre, Brighton
  • 18 October — Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 20 October — De Montfort Hall, Leicester
  • 22 October — Palladium, London
  • 23 October — Palladium, London
  • 25 October — Empire Theatre, Liverpool
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