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6 June 2021 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
9 June 2021 – The O2, London
10 June 2021 – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
We, together with The O2, have agreed to postpone the Alicia Keys show on Wednesday 10th June 2020, as The O2 arena is being used to provide venue space to support the NHS. We are working together with The O2 to find an alternative date for the Alicia Keys show to be held. All original tickets remain valid, we will be in touch with more information in due course.
Global superstar Alicia Keys has confirmed details of a brand-new world tour, stopping at arenas in Manchester, Birmingham and London in June 2020.
The newly announced dates are in support of the musician’s highly anticipated new studio album ALICIA, due for release on 20 March 2020.
7 June 2020 – Manchester Arena
8 June 2020 – Arena Birmingham
10 June 2020 – The O2, London
Keys released Underdog, the latest single from the forthcoming new album earlier this month, with Clash describing the track as “A be-jewelled slice of pop-soul with a gently euphoric feel”.
Fans can watch the official video for the new single below:
Pre-order ALICIA from the official Alicia Keys store before 15:00 on Thursday 23 January 2020 to receive a code granting access to the presale.
The presale will then open at 9:00 on Friday 24 January 2020.
Born and raised in New York City, Alicia Keys released her debut album Songs In A Minor to wild critical and commercial success in 2001.
Since her debut she has gone on to release five more studio albums: 2003’s The Diary Of Alicia Keys, 2007’s As I Am, 2009’s The Element Of Freedom, 2012’s Girl On Fire and 2016’s Here.
In the UK she has celebrated no less than eight top-10 singles including Fallin’, No One, My Boo with Usher, Girl On Fire, and the Jack White collaboration track Another Way To Die, which served as the official theme song to the 2008 James Bond film Quantum Of Solace.
The musician has also shared a global hit with Jay-Z on Empire State Of Mind, a love letter to their shared hometown of New York, and on her own with the track’s sequel Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down.
Keys is the proud recipient of 15 Grammy Awards and after a much heralded performance last year, she is set to host the ceremony for a second time at the Staples Centre, Los Angeles on 26 January 2020.
The singer-songwriter last toured the UK in 2013, with a sold out run that included two shows at The O2, London.
There are a wide range of VIP packages available for Alicia Key’s forthcoming UK shows:
VIP MEET & GREET
GOLD LOUNGE PACKAGE
Find out more info from our friends at VIP Nation