George Ezra announces arena shows for 2023

Virgin Radio

18 Jul 2022, 11:14

George Ezra on stage.

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With George Ezra fans still buzzing from the artist’s epic London gig last night (17th July), he has now announced more big shows.

If you missed the singer-songwriter’s massive outdoor show at Finsbury Park yesterday, then there’s no need to despair, because there are more opportunities to catch him live.

Indeed, George had already announced a 2022 tour, and he has now supplemented that by tagging three whopping 2023 UK and Ireland shows onto it. 

Following the release of his acclaimed third album, Gold Rush Kid, the musician is hitting the road for a string of arena shows in September and October, and has now added extra nights in Dublin, Killarney and London next March.

The songwriter will head to Dublin’s 3Arena on March 8th, and will then play at the INEC Arena in Killarney on the 10th. After that, he will be back in London for a big gig at The O2 Arena on the 13th March.

Ahead of these new dates, George’s run of autumn 2022 shows will start in Liverpool on 13th September. He will then head to Cardiff the next day, and then will play The AO Arena in Manchester on the 16th.

George is in Newcastle on the 20th, and Birmingham on the 22nd. After that, he travels up to Scotland to play in Aberdeen on 25th September, and The OVO Hydro, Glasgow the following night. 

He then plays at the SSE Arena in Belfast on 28th, and Dublin’s 3Arena on the 29th Sept. 

Into October, the artist plays at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham on the 1st, and closes that leg of his UK and Ireland tour the next day in Sheffield, before returning for those three new dates in March. 

If you want to head along to any of these newly-announced shows, pre-sale starts on Wednesday (July 20th), and tickets go on general sale at 10am this Friday (July 22nd) via Ticketmaster, where you can also grab any remaining tickets for the previously announced gigs.