The English singer Jessie Ware has revealed her upcoming 2021 UK tour dates – Pre-save the tickets below.
The UK tour will take place in April 2021 in support of her upcoming fourth album ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ arriving on June 19. She’ll perform at shows in UK cities including Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, and Manchester before rounding off with a night at O2 Academy Brixton on April 24.
Jessie shared a post on Instagram and announced her tour which will take place next year, and wrote that “This week is an odd week to make announcements and feels incredibly futile when there is so much happening in the world right now that is far more important than this. However, I am excited to look forward to this in 2021.”
She added, “I made this record so I could dance with you all so I am beyond excited to be touring What’s your Pleasure? around the UK next year. I know its a while to wait but it will be worth it. Expect lots of dancing, plenty of new music, and more than anything fun, Cant wait to see you all in April.”
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Jessie Ware 2021 UK Tour
Tickets will go on sale on June 12 pre-save the tickets by clicking here, and you can view the full dates below.
Wednesday 14 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
Thursday 15 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
Friday 16 – Leeds, O2 Academy
Sunday 18 – Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
Monday 19 – Birmingham, Birmingham Academy
Wednesday 21 – Bristol, Marble Factory
Thursday 22 – Southampton, Guildhall
Saturday 24 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
In an interview with NME she said about the album, “It feels so amazing to be back making music, so much has happened recently. Some crazy exciting things but I feel so happy to be back to my first love. Music was the first scene that truly embraced me!”
“I feel like these last few years I’ve had to do some exploration to figure out what I wanted to write about musically again and learn new things about myself.
“I’ve been yearning for that escapism, groove and maybe it’s time to say goodbye to the melancholy Jessie.”