Self Esteem announces her biggest headline UK and Ireland tour: dates, tickets and presale

Self Esteem has announced her biggest headline UK tour and tickets go on sale soon.

Self Esteem has announced her biggest headline UK tour – and tickets go on sale soon.

The singer-songwriter will take the I Tour This All The Time show to venues across the UK in early 2023.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 10am on 31 March via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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The tour will kick off on 21 February in Cambridge and visit the likes of Manchester, Birmingham and Brighton before finishing up at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

It will be in support of her acclaimed album, Prioritise Pleasure which was released in late 2021.


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The album features singles “I Do This All The Time”, “How Can I Help You”, “Moody” alongside the title track.

Her second LP overall, it sheds light on issues around female autonomy, comparison culture, self-doubt, heartbreak, sexual assault, comparison culture and self-acceptance.

It received five-star reviews from a number of publications, with Evening Standard calling it “nothing short of revolutionary” and The Observer saying it’s a “maximalist pop triumph”.

Following its release she’s since been nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the BRIT Awards and Best Live Act at the NME Awards.

She will also compose the soundtrack for the UK premiere of Prima Facie on London’s West End, which is set to star Jodie Comer.

You can find out how to get tickets for her biggest headline tour to date, below.

How to get tickets

They go on general sale at 10am on 31 March via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

Tickets are priced from £20, plus booking fees.

Fans can sign up to a presale for 30 March on the singer’s official website.

You can check out the full tour schedule below.

Self Esteem 2023 UK and Ireland tour dates

  • 21 February – Junction, Cambridge
  • 23 February – Asylum, Hull
  • 24 February – Rock City, Nottingham
  • 26 February – Olympia, Dublin
  • 27 February – Limelight, Belfast
  • 1 March – Albert Hall, Manchester
  • 2 March – O2 Institute, Birmingham
  • 4 March – The Sage, Gateshead
  • 7 March – The Dome, Brighton
  • 9 March – Tramshed, Cardiff
  • 11 March – Hammersmith Apollo, London

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