Find out more about the rescheduled UK premiere live concert performance.
George Ezra has confirmed a pair of new special London headline dates.
The musician will perform two shows at the iconic Royal Albert Hall on the 24 and 25 September 2019, in aid of the mental health charity Mind.
Mind provides advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem. You can find out more about what Mind do on their official site here.
The shows will mark the conclusion of the Staying at Tamara’s tour, in celebration of his sophomore album.
Staying at Tamara’s features the singles Don’t Matter Now, Paradise, Shotgun, Hold My Girl and Pretty Shining People. The album reached No.1 in the UK album charts upon release back in March last year.
To support the release of the album, the musician embarked on a global tour, including two sold-out shows at The O2 in London.
George Ezra first burst onto the scene in 2013 with his hit single Budapest. His debut album, Wanted on Voyage, featuring Budapest and other singles including Cassy O, Blame It on Me and Barcelona, was released in June 2014 and went on to become the third best-selling album of the year.
Ezra also hosts a hit podcast called George Ezra & Friends, where he interviews fellow musicians. Guests who have appeared on the podcast include Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Nile Rodgers.
George Ezra will perform two nights at the Royal Albert Hall this autumn.
Here are the dates:
24 September 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London
25 September 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London
Tickets for these special shows will be available from 10:00 on Friday 26 July through Ticketmaster.co.uk.