Emeli Sandé to tour next year
- Bang Showbiz
- 4 December 2016
Emeli Sandé will tour the UK during October next year following the release of her second album
Emeli Sandé is set to go on tour next year.
The 29-year-old singer has just bounced back on to the music scene with her new album 'Long Live the Angels' and it seems she doesn't want to waste any more time away from her fans as she's just announced an arena tour.
The blonde beauty is planning to kick off her set of gigs in Scotland as she hits Aberdeen on October 14 before making her way to the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on October 15.
She'll then travel down to the Metro Radio Arena for her fans in Newcastle on October 16, before a show at London's O2 on October 18 and the Brighton Centre on October 19.
Emeli will then travel back up to Cardiff for a concert at Wales' Motorpoint Arena on October 21, before she heads down to Manchester for a gig at the arena on October 22.
She then has a show in Leeds on October 24, a gig in Birmingham on October 25, before finishing in Dublin, Ireland, at the 3Arena on October 27.
Emeli took a four-year break from the industry following the her debut release 'Our Version of Events' in 2012, but has admitted the success of her first album has had minimal impact on how she penned 'Long Live the Angels'.
She said recently: "I didn't feel pressure from the outside. When I write I take myself away and surround myself with friends and musicians, people I love, so any pressure comes from me, nitpicking and making it right.
"I wanted to make something that was worth four years out and reflected what those years of growth were for me.
"I wanted to tell a story of survival, that was very honest about the lows and the highs. I wanted to say you can get through it and find self-love, which I found towards the end, that's the message."
The full list of 2017 tour dates are as follows;
Saturday, October 14 -AECC, Aberdeen
Sunday, October 15 -The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Monday, October 16 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Wednesday, October 18 -The O2, London
Thursday, October 19 - Brighton Centre, Brighton
Saturday, October 21 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Sunday, October 22 - Manchester Arena, Manchester
Tuesday, October 24- First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wednesday, October 25 - Genting Arena, Birmingham
Friday, October 27- 3Arena, Dublin