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Rising star Mabel has just confirmed details of her biggest UK headline tour to date.
The new tour kicks off in Dublin on 29 January 2020, before heading to Belfast, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Norwich, Southampton, Birmingham, and finishing with a huge gig at London’s Eventim Apollo on 12 February 2020.
The tour will be in support of Mabel’s forthcoming debut album High Expectations, due to be released on 2 August 2019.
How to get Mabel tickets early
Pre-order Mabel’s debut album High Expectations from her official store before 17:00 Tuesday 23 July 2019 to access the presale for this tour.
The presale opens 10:00 Wednesday 24 July 2019.
High Expectations is Mabel’s hotly-anticipated debut album, due for release on 2 August 2019 via Polydor Records.
The new LP is the culmination of a remarkable few years for the London-based star, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise to become one of the most hyped pop artists on the planet.
Mabel dropped the first single from the album, Don’t Call Me Up in January 2019. The ode to single life was immediately well-received by critics, with the likes of Clash, The Independent and Billboard praising the track.
Don’t Call Me Up peaked at No.3 on the Official UK Albums Chart, where it stayed for three weeks, and the single has been streamed over 300 million times on Spotify.
Last month, Mabel followed up Don’t Call Me Up with the second single from her debut album, Mad Love. The track is currently sat at No.10 on the charts and is also on the BBC Radio 1 A List.
It’s been a whirlwind few years for the breakthrough artist, who came to prominence by releasing tracks such as Finder Keepers with Kojo Funds, My Lover with NOT3S, Ring Ring with Jax Jones and One Shot.
Proving her chops as a live performer, the singer has spent most of the summer performing at festivals such as Parklife, Radio 1’s Big Weekend and TRNSMT.
Now, as she looks ahead to the release of her debut album High Expectations, Mabel has confirmed her biggest headline tour to date, taking place early next year.
Here are the dates
29 January 2020 – Olympia, Dublin
30 January 2020 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
1 February 2020 – O2 Academy Glasgow
2 February 2020 – O2 Academy Leeds
4 February 2020 – O2 Academy Liverpool
5 February 2020 – Manchester Academy
7 February 2020 – Rock City, Nottingham
8 February 2020 – UEA, Norwich
9 February 2020 – O2 Guildhall Southampton
11 February 2020 – O2 Academy Birmingham
12 February 2020 – Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London