George Ezra to play Birmingham on biggest UK tour to date

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Bristol-born singer-songwriter George Ezra is set to play Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, on Sunday 17th March on the second-to-last night of his largest ever UK arena tour, with Sigrid in support.

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The tour, which Ezra announced on Twitter as ‘the biggest run of dates [he] will have EVER played’, will showcase his second studio album Staying at Tamara’s.

Released in March 2018, the album reached number one in the UK album charts and features hit singles ‘Shotgun’ and ‘Paradise’.

Ezra has remained a familiar face in the charts since 2013, when he released the still-popular track ‘Budapest’. Since then, his easy going, folk-pop has continued to gain popularity, earning him over 14 million monthly listeners on Spotify and making him the 145th most listened to artist in the world.

Previously recognised as ‘one to watch’ by MTV, iTunes and Vevo, this year Ezra has been nominated for three Brit Awards including British Male Solo Artist, British Album of the Year (for Staying at Tamara’s), and British Single of the Year (for ‘Shotgun’) – to be announced 20th February.

Norwegian star Sigrid will join Ezra on the major tour as leading support act. The up-and-coming artist has been tipped for greatness and was crowned winner of BBC Sound Of 2018 and listed as an ‘essential new act’ by NME.

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The Scandi singer rose to fame in 2017 with mellow, synth pop hit ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, which even featured on The Sims 4 soundtrack. Sigrid has since performed at some of the UK’s largest festivals including Glastonbury 2017.

Sigrid’s highly anticipated debut album Sucker Punch will be released in early March, featuring singles ‘Strangers’ and ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’.

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Tour dates below:

March

07 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
08 Leeds First Direct Arena
09 Liverpool Echo Arena
11 Brighton Centre
12 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
13 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
15 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
16 Manchester Arena
17 Birmingham Resorts World Arena
19 London The O2

Kate Spree

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