Sad gays get ready as Josef Salvat has announced a headline UK tour for 2022 – how to get tickets

Josef Salvat is headlining a tour across the UK in 2022.

Josef Salvat has announced a headline UK tour for 2022 and tickets are going on sale soon.

Sad gays need to get ready as he’s playing nine shows across February and March next year in support of his upcoming third album.

Tickets for Josef Salvat’s headline UK tour go on sale from 10am on 17 September via and

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The bisexual singer-songwriter recently released “I’m Sorry”, marking the first track to be lifted from his forthcoming album.

The track was written in 2013 with Justin Parker and it marked the first song he ever wrote with another musician.

“Ever since then It has been patiently waiting for the right time to have its moment. Through a surprising gathering of threads, that moment is now.

“It was always a special song. It’s about owning your share of f**kery in a broken relationship. Sometimes we just don’t get things right, and sometimes, when there’s nothing left, or too much left, to say, all we can do is say ‘I’m sorry’ and let the rest go,” he says.

Discussing the album further on Twitter the singer, who is known for his emotionally charged tracks, promised that there’s only one ballad on the upcoming LP.

This September and October the singer is in the UK supporting Paloma Faith on her theatre tour across the country.

While tickets for his solo tour go on general sale at 10am on 17 September via and

Fans can get their hands on presale tickets on 16 September from 9am at Just sign up to Live Nation for free, log into your account and you’ll receive early access.

You can find out the full tour schedule below.

Josef Salvat’s 2022 UK tour dates

  • 25 February – Glasgow G2
  • 26 February – Newcastle St Dominic’s Social Club
  • 27 February – Leeds Wardrobe
  • 1 March – Manchester Gorilla
  • 2 March – Birmingham Hare & Hounds
  • 4 March – Cardiff Globe
  • 5 March – Bristol Thekla
  • 7 March – Brighton Chalk
  • 8 March – London Village Underground