Find out more as the band confirm they will now come to Birmingham this June.
Three time Grammy Award nominated artist Camila Cabello has announced UK headline dates to celebrate the imminent release of her sophomore album, Romance.
The UK dates will bring Cabello to arenas in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow and London in June 2020.
Fans can pre-order Camila Cabello’s new album, Romance, before 7:00 on Friday 29 November 2019 for early access to tickets.
The presale will open at 9:00 on Tuesday 26 November 2019, with further information being sent to those who pre-order the record.
Romance will be released on 6 December 2019 and follows Camila Cabello’s 2018 debut Camila, which spawned singles Never Be The Same, Consequences and the global smash Havana featuring Young Thug.
The Cuban-American musician has released a handful of tracks from the forthcoming record over the past few months, including Liar, Shameless, Señorita, Cry For Me and Easy. She most recently unveiled new track, Living Proof.
Debut album Camila hit the No.1 spot on the stateside Billboard 200 upon release, making Cabello the first artist in nearly 15 years to hit the top of the Hot 100, Billboard 200 and the Artist 100 chart in the same week.
Continuing to break records, the album also became the debut record with the most No.1 positions in iTunes history, reaching the top on 110 charts across the globe.
Showing no signs of slowing down, this year’s Señorita remains the most globally streamed song on Spotify in 2019, and Camila currently has the most monthly listeners for any female artist in Spotify history.
Outside of music, Camila Cabello is an ambassador for charity Save the Children, and is set to make her screen debut in Cinderella, released on 5 February 2021.
Her newly announced UK lives dates kick off on 1 June 2020 in Birmingham, running through to a headline show at London’s The O2 on 11 June 2020. Here are those dates in full:
1 June 2020 – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
2 June 2020 – first direct arena, Leeds
4 June 2020 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
9 June 2020 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
11 June 2020 – The O2, London