Gracie Abrams announces 2022 UK tour: tickets, dates and presale info
Gracie Abrams has announced details of a headline UK tour for 2022 – and tickets go on sale soon.
The singer-songwriter will perform her biggest shows to date throughout May next year.
Fans can get their hands on tickets from 9am on 16 December via See Tickets and Ticketmaster.
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The tour will stop off in Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham, before finishing up at London’s Islington Assembly Hall.
It’ll be in support of her debut album, This Is What It Feels Like, which was released in November.
The LP features singles “Feels Like”, “The Bottom” and “Rockland” and sees her collaborate with Aaron Dessner, who worked with Taylor Swift on folklore and evermore.
It followed up her debut EP Minor and popular singles “Stay” and “I Miss You, I’m Sorry”, which have both achieved more than 50 million streams on Spotify alone.
It’s also been confirmed that she’ll support Olivia Rodrigo on the US leg of her Sour tour, with Abrams posting on Instagram: “I love you this is going to be so fun”.
And Rodrigo – who credits Abrams’ Minor EP as an inspiration behind her hit “Drivers License” – commented: “LOVE UUUUUU IM SO F**KING EXCITED”.
You can find out Gracie Abrams’ full UK tour dates, how to get tickets and presale info below.
How to get Gracie Abrams tickets
They go on general sale at 9am on 16 December via See Tickets here and Ticketmaster here.
An O2 presale sale is taking place for dates in Bristol, Birmingham and London from 9am on 14 December. To access this head to priority.o2.co.uk/tickets and sign up or login using your O2 mobile number.
What are the tour dates?
- 8 May – Glasgow, Oran Mor
- 9 May – Leeds, The Wardrobe
- 11 May – Manchester, Club Academy
- 12 May – Bristol, Trinity Centre
- 15 May – Birmingham, O2 Academy
- 17 May – London, Islington Assembly Hall
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