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James Bay Heads For London Palladium Before Ed Sheeran Tour

The British singer-songwriter’s dates on Sheeran’s tour stretch from May to August 2019.

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BRIT Award-winning British singer-songwriter James Bay has announced a one-off show at the famed London Palladium on 22 May. Immediately afterwards, he heads to France to be the opening act on Ed Sheeran’s European tour.

“Just back from an incredible tour in the US!” says the BRIT Award-winning Bay. “This will be my first UK show of 2019. I wanted to play a special, historic London venue for my fans at home before heading out on tour with Ed over the summer. I can’t wait to play the London Palladium…might even throw some brand-new songs in the set for this one-off show!”

Bay has been playing headline shows across the US following two soldout performances at the Beacon Theatre in New York. The tour ended at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle last week (3 April). Thus he continues the momentum of his huge-selling debut album Chaos And The Calm, which led to further triumphs at the BRIT, Q, ARIA and Ivor Novello Awards among others. 2018’s Electric Light led to Bay’s first performance on Saturday Night Live and a duet of  ‘Us’  with  Alicia Keys  on  The Voice Season Finale.

The summer of 2018 also saw Bay opening for the Rolling Stones  at London’s Twickenham Stadium, where he joined  Mick Jagger  for a duet of  ‘Beast of Burden.’ His new release, out on 5 April, is the acoustic ‘Peer Pressure,’ featuring Julia Michaels.

Explore our James Bay Artist Page. His schedule as special guest with Ed Sheeran, who also has Zara Larsson co-supporting, is as follows: 

MAY 24 – LYON, FRANCE – GROUPAMA STADIUM

MAY 25 – LYON, FRANCE – GROUPAMA STADIUM

MAY 26 – LYON, FRANCE – GROUPAMA STADIUM

MAY 29 – BORDEAUX, FRANCE – MATMUT ATLANTIQUE

JUNE 1 – LISBON, PORTUGAL – ESTADIO DA LUZ

JUNE 2 – LISBON, PORTUGAL – ESTADIO DA LUZ

JUNE 7 – BARCELONA, SPAIN – ESTADI OLIMPIC DE MONTJUIC LLUIS COMPANYS

JUNE 11 – MADRID, SPAIN – WANDA METROPOLITANO

JUNE 16 – ROME, ITALY – STADIO OLIMPICO

JUNE 19 – MILAN, ITALY – STADIO SAN SIRO

JUNE 22 – HOCKENHEIM, GERMANY – HOCKENHEIMRING

JUNE 23 – HOCKENHEIM, GERMANY – HOCKENHEIMRING

JUNE 28 – KLAGENFURT, AUSTRIA – WORTHERSEE STADION

JUNE 29 – KLAGENFURT, AUSTRIA – WORTHERSEE STADION

JULY 3 – BUCHAREST, ROMANIA – ARENA NATIONALA

JULY 7 – PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – LETISTE LETNANY

JULY 8 – PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – LETISTE LETNANY

JULY 12 – RIGA, LATVIA – LUCAVSALA PARK

JULY 19 – MOSCOW, RUSSIA – OTKRITIE ARENA (SPARTAK)

JULY 23 – HELSINKI, FINLAND – MALMI AIRPORT

JULY 24 – HELSINKI, FINLAND – MALMI AIRPORT

JULY 27 – ODENSE, DENMARK – TUSINDAARSSKOVEN

JULY 28 – ODENSE, DENMARK – TUSINDAARSSKOVEN

AUGUST 2 – HANNOVER, GERMANY – MESSEGELANDE

AUGUST 3 – HANNOVER, GERMANY – MESSEGELANDE

AUGUST 10 – REYKJAVIK, ICELAND – LAUGARDALSVOLLUR

AUGUST 11 – REYKJAVIK, ICELAND – LAUGARDALSVOLLUR

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