Find out more about the rescheduled UK premiere live concert performance.
George Ezra has announced UK tour dates to celebrate the release of his newly announced album Staying At Tamara’s. Due for release on the 23 March 2018 through Columbia Records, it arrives three years after the release of his four times platinum debut album Wanted On Voyage. The record spawned hit songs Blame It On Me and the huge Budapest, as well as many more.
Announcing Staying At Tamara’s, George Ezra notes his inspiration in travelling, including visits t o the Isle of Skye, a pig farm in Norfolk, a cornflour shed in Kent, a cow shed in north Wales, and an Airbnb in Barcelona owned by Tamara, after whom he has named the record.
The singer-songwriter has also unveiled new track Paradise, having previously dropped new music Don’t Matter Now.
“Paradise started life as a melody that I couldn’t get out of my head,” George Ezra says of the new song. “Months later I set to writing a song highlighting the undeniable feeling of meeting somebody new and falling for them. We often find ourselves second guessing feelings that we have and trying to work out what it is that they might mean. But with love there is no uncertainty, it is what it is and I liken it to paradise.”
Set to play a one-off intimate show at Shoreditch Town Hall in London on the 31 January 2018, George has now announced a full UK tour, kicking off on the 29 March 2018.
Fans can grab early access to George Ezra tickets by pre-ordering his new album, Staying At Tamara’s, through his official store.
Pre-order the album before midday on Tuesday 30 January and you’ll be contacted by our friends at Ticketweb with a code and further details on how to access tickets. Please keep the email containing your presale link and passcode safe, ready for the presale.
Presale starts on Wednesday 31 January 2018 at 9:00.
Each code is only valid for the UK dates and can be used once to purchase a maximum of four (4) tickets.
To make sure that as many tickets as possible get into the hands of genuine fans, the full name of the lead booker will be printed on each ticket, and the lead booker’s photo ID will need to be presented on entry to the venue.
If you are buying more than one ticket your guests will need to enter at the same time as you, failure to do so will result in guests being turned away. The lead booker name cannot be changed once the purchase has been made and tickets cannot be resold under any circumstances.
Here are those UK tour dates:
29 March 2018 – O2 Academy, Leeds
30 March 2018 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
31 March 2018 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
2 April 2018 – Rock City, Nottingham
3 April 2018 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
4 April 2018 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
Following the presale, George Ezra tickets then go on general sale at 9:00 on Friday 2 February 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.
Photo by Phil Smithies