Stormzy tour 2020: Rapper confirms WORLD TOUR – Here’s how to get tickets in the UK

He will kick off the UK and Ireland leg of the tour on September 3 next year at London’s O2. The 13-date run will conclude in Bournemouth on September 22, 2020. Cities on the UK and Ireland leg also include Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and Nottingham. Tickets for Stormzy’s epic world tour go on sale next week, with general sale opening at 9am local time on December 6.

Tickets for his Dubai show go on sale Wednesday 4 at 8am.

Fans can get their hands on early access to tickets in the pre-sale by pre-ordering his upcoming second album, Heavy Is The Head, by 9am on Tuesday, December 3.

His UK dates mark the former Glastonbury headliner’s first solo shows in London since his short stint at Brixton Academy back in 2017.

Stormzy’s Heavy Is The Head tour starts in Europe in February, with Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, France, Poland, Czech Republic and Switzerland on the schedule.

The grime artist will also play a series of shows in Asia before heading to Australia and New Zealand.

The North American run includes gigs in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Brooklyn and more.

After touring the UK, Stormzy will head to Africa for four dates in October 2020.

The British rapper, singer and songwriter kept fans on tenterhooks teasing the tour announcement since yesterday on social media.

Stormzy’s new album, Heavy Is The Head, will be released on December 13.

It follows the 2016 release of his debut, Gang Signs & Prayer, which debuted at number one in the UK albums chart.

He has already unveiled the track list, which includes his latest collaboration with Ed Sheeran, Own It.

Earlier this week, Stormzy hit headlines after official statistics showed an enormous surge in voter registration after he urged fans to register.

According to the website, the 24 hours during which the Big For Your Boots hitmaker took to Twitter to ask “every single person” to register to vote, the number of applications spike by 236 per cent.

That day also saw an extra 104,300 people between the ages of 18 and 24 register.

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