Buy presale tickets for rapper Future on tour in the UK this October

Find out how to buy tickets for Future at London's O2 Arena

Record breaking hip-hop artist brings tracks like 'Low Life', 'Where Ya At' and 'Stick Talk' to Manchester, Birmingham and London

Record breaking hip-hop artist Future has announced a run of 3 UK tour dates for October 2017, with presale tickets for O2 customers available Thu 22 Jun at 10am, and tickets on general sale Fri 23 Jun at 10am.

The rapper, who this year became the first artist in history to have two albums (the self-titled FUTURE and its follow up HNDRXX) debut at number one in the American charts in consecutive weeks, kicks off the run of shows at Manchester Academy on Fri 20 Oct.

He visits Birmingham on Sun 22 Oct before playing a huge show at London's O2 Arena on Mon 23 Oct.

Renowned for his adventurous and unconventional use of Auto-Tune, Future has released six-studio albums and five mixtapes in under six years.

In his back catalogue are smash hits like 'Low Life (featuring The Weeknd)', 'Where Ya At (featuring Drake)', 'Stick Talk' and 'Turn On The Lights'. He's been streamed over 1 billion times (billion, not million) and has been on the cover of the likes of Rolling Stone, GQ and Spin magazine.

He's one of the biggest artists in the world, and he's coming to a venue near you.

Future UK tour dates 2017:
Fri 20 Oct – Manchester Academy
Sun 22 Oct – O2 Academy, Birmingham
Mon 23 Oct – O2 Arena, London

Presale tickets for Future are available to O2 customers on Thu 22 Jun at 10am. Tickets for Future go on general sale Fri 23 Jun at 10am

Future

The American singer-songwriter blending hip hop R&B and rap teeters on the edge of stardom following the release of his first album Honest. Like most rapper's Future, real name Nayvadius Cash, has a classic street to stage story. After releasing mixtapes in 2010 and 2011 he signed to Epic Records and has since…

The O2 Arena, London SE10

Mon 23 Oct

£53.75–£64.75 / 0844 856 0202

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