Emeli Sandé announces 2022 UK tour: how to get tickets, presale info and dates
Emeli Sandé has announced a headline UK tour for 2022 – and tickets go on sale soon.
The singer-songwriter is heading out on a tour this May in support of her upcoming album, Let’s Say For Instance.
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The tour will be separated into two halves, as the first five dates of the run will see Sandé joined by a full live band, including at London’s EartH.
She’ll then go on to perform four intimate, solo piano shows in Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham.
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The upcoming album is due for release on 6 May ahead of tour and features singles, “Look What You’ve Done”, “Family” and “Brighter Days”.
In an interview with Variety, the singer says: “I’m so proud of this album and can’t wait to release it. I’ve felt free to express myself more naturally both lyrically and musically in this album.
“And my wish is that it will be an uplifting experience for each listener and that they will get to know me on a much deeper level.
Fans can also expect to hear some of her greatest hits on the tour, including those from her multi-platinum, debut album Our Version of Events.
To find out how to get tickets, presale info and more, see below.
How to get tickets
Fans can get their hands on presale tickets if they pre-order her album from the official store here. You’ll need to pre-order the LP before 6pm on 16 February to get access to the presale.
For the full tour schedule, including which dates will be a solo piano show or feature a full band, read below.
Emeli Sandé 2022 UK tour dates
16 May – Glasgow, SWG3 (full band show)
18 May – Leeds, Stylus (full band show)
19 May – Birmingham, The Mill (full band show)
20 May – Manchester, O2 Ritz (full band show)
22 May – London, EartH (full band show)
26 May – Glasgow, The Auditorium (solo piano show)
28 May – Leeds, City Varieties (solo piano show)
29 May – Manchester, Stoller Hall (solo piano show)
30 May – Birmingham, Town Hall (solo piano show)