Years & Years Announce UK, Ireland Arena Tour For 2022
The date are in support of Olly Alexander’s new album, ‘Night Call, out on February 7 via Polydor.
Years & Years have announced details of a new UK and Irish arena tour next year. You can view the full list of dates below.
Olly Alexander’s new tour dates come in support of his third album Night Call, which was announced last month and set to be released early next year. The forthcoming LP, which will be the first since Years & Years became the solo project of vocalist Olly Alexander earlier this year, will land on January 7, 2022 via Polydor.
Speaking about Night Call, Alexander said in a statement: “I was writing from a fantastical space, stuck in the same four walls. I wanted to have as much pleasure as possible in the music.”
So far, it’s been previewed by the singles “Crave” and “Starstruck”. Following the arrival of “Starstruck” in April, Years & Years recruited Kylie Minogue for a collaborative remix of the single.
Alexander also joined forces with Elton John for a cover of Pet Shop Boys’ “It’s A Sin”, with the pair performing the track live at the BRITs 2021.
Elsewhere, Years & Years reimagined Lady Gaga’s “Edge Of Glory” to mark the 10th anniversary of the latter’s 2011 album Born This Way.
After the album’s release, Alexander will tour the arenas of the UK and Ireland through May and June. The tour will begin at the Brighton Centre on May 19, taking in shows in Bournemouth, Manchester and more, before finishing up in Glasgow at Bellahouston Park on June 25. A London show is set for Wembley Arena.
See the full list of Years & Years’ 2022 tour dates below. Tickets are on sale from 9am on November 5. Visit the artist’s official website for further information.
Years & Years play the following UK and Irish arena tour dates in 2022:
May 19 – Brighton, Centre
May 20 – Bournemouth, International Centre
May 21 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
May 26 – London, Wembley Arena
May 28 – Manchester, AO Arena
June 24 – Dublin, National Museum of Ireland
June 25 – Glasgow, Bellahouston Park.