The band's forthcoming tour will now take place in 2021.
Dua Lipa has rescheduled her forthcoming UK and Ireland headline tour to January 2021.
The tour will now kick off at Newcastle’s Utilita on Friday 3 January 2021, before heading to Glasgow, Liverpool, Dublin, Nottingham, Birmingham, London, Cardiff, Manchester, and Leeds.
All tickets for the previous dates remain valid.
3 January 2021 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
4 January 2021 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
6 January 2021 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
8 January 2021 – 3Arena, Dublin
9 January 2021 – 3Arena, Dublin
12 January 2021 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
13 January 2021 – Arena, Birmingham
15 January 2021 – The O2, London
16 January 2021 – The O2, London
19 January 2021 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
21 January 2021 – Manchester Arena
22 January 2021 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
The tour is in support of Lipa’s forthcoming sophomore album Future Nostalgia, which is due for release on Friday 27 March 2020.
Dua has three tracks from the new album so far: title track Future Nostalgia, break-up banger Don’t Start Now, and latest single Physical. Check out the official video for the latter below:
Future Nostalgia is the follow up to the musician’s 2017 Dua Lipa LP.
Her debut effort made the musician a household name across the globe, transforming the London-born singer-songwriter into one of the world’s biggest pop stars.
The album contains the hit singles IDGAF, Be The One, Blow Your Mind (Mwah) and New Rules, and has achieved platinum status in both the US and UK.
The success of her debut earned Lipa a record-breaking five nominations at the 2018 BRIT Awards, with the musician taking home the gongs for British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act.
Lipa followed up the success of her debut album by delving into electronic music with the collaboration single One Kiss, teaming up with Scottish producer Calvin Harris. The track topped the Official UK Singles Chart for eight consecutive weeks.
Following the success of One Kiss, Dua featured on the Silk City (Mark Ronson and Diplo) hit single Electricity.
Building on the sound that she’s developed with One Kiss and Electricity, Dua spent most of 2019 in the studio working on her new album Future Nostalgia.
The record is due to drop on the 27 March and the singer-songwriter will head out on her biggest headline tour to date in 2021 to support the release.
Tickets to see Dua Lipa live are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk