Celeste Announces First UK Headline Tour For Spring 2022

The fast-rising star also released her debut album, ‘Not Your Muse’ last week.

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Celeste has announced her first headlining UK tour for spring 2022. You can check out her scheduled live dates below.

The fast-rising artist, who won the BBC’s Sound Of 2020 poll and the BRIT Awards’ Rising Star prize last year, released her debut album Not Your Muse last week. The twelve-track LP includes such acclaimed singles as “Strange,” “Stop This Flame,” and “A Little Love.” The latter track, which appeared in the 2020 John Lewis Christmas advert, marked the first time that an original song was commissioned for the popular UK holiday campaign.

The British-Jamaican soul singer and songwriter has already released a string of captivating songs – the sentiments of which resonate in these uncertain times – including “Hear My Voice” was co-written with Golden Globe-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton and is the focus track of the Netflix film The Trial Of The Chicago 7, written and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Aaron Sorkin. YouTube Music have also named her as their ‘Artist On The Rise’ series, which celebrates and supports the most exciting new artists in the UK, while Disney Pixar announced that she lends her vocals to the end credit vocal, “It’s Alright”, on the Pixar ‘must see’ film, SOUL.

More recently, Celeste also recently announced the BRIT Award winner announced a series of shows at London’s Islington Union Chapel, taking place in July.

Celeste will embark on her first UK headline tour in spring 2022, kicking off in Birmingham at the O2 Institute on March 31 next year. The tour will conclude with a gig at the Roundhouse in London on April 21, 2022.

Tickets for Celeste’s 2022 tour go on general sale on Friday, February 5 at 9am, with a pre-sale starting on Wednesday, February 3 at 11am.

You can see Celeste’s 2022 tour dates below:

March 31 – O2 Institute, Birmingham
April 3 – O2 Academy, Bristol
April 7 – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
April 12 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
April 16 – Albert Hall, Manchester
April 21 – Roundhouse, London.

Not Your Muse is out now and can be bought here.

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