When is Emeli Sande’s 2017 tour? UK dates, ticket prices and venues – all you need to know


EMELI Sandé’s long-awaited second album, Long Live The Angels was released on November 11 2016, and the Scottish singer announced a 2017 tour to promote it shortly after.

The album is a follow-up to her immensely successful 2012 debut, Our Version Of Events, which was the highest selling album of 2012.

 The album is the Aberdeen native's first new music since 2012

The album is the Aberdeen native’s first new music since 2012

What are the tour dates?

The singer has already performed a series of dates with March, but here’s where and when to catch her this month:

October 14 – Aberdeen, AECC

October 15 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

October 16 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

October 18 – London, The O2

October 19 – Brighton, Centre

October 21 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

October 22 – Manchester, Arena

October 24 – Leeds, First Direct Arena

October 25 – Birmingham, Genting Arena

October 17 – Dublin, 3Arena

Is there a set list?

There’s no official song list yet, however the show will feature many tracks from the new album.

Bearing in mind the popularity of her first album, hits such as Read All About It, Next To Me and Clown are sure to make an appearance.

 Emeli Sande - Long Live The Angels

Emeli Sande – Long Live The Angels

How do I get tickets and how much do they cost?

Many dates of Emeli Sande’s upcoming tour sold out in minutes, however with the release of additional tour dates there is still a chance to get your hands on tickets.

Tickets for standing areas generally start from about £45, tickets for other arena areas may vary.

Visit sites such as Ticket Master, See Tickets or Songkick to view tickets and prices available.

Music video for Hurts by Emeli Sandé off Long Live The Angels album

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