Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Tour 2021: where is she playing, and can I still get tickets?
Grammy-nominated pop sensation Dua Lipa is touring her hit album, Future Nostalgia, across the UK and Ireland in late 2021
Dua Lipa's sophomore album, Future Nostalgia, was one of the hottest releases of 2020, winning both critical accolades and support from fans for it's dancefloor pop.
Released in late March 2020 amid a flurry of rapturous reviews, the singer was worried that the then-fresh pandemic meant it wasn't the appropriate time for her club-pop album to be out in the world.
She couldn't be further from the truth: those beat-heavy tunes were just what we needed to buoy the spirits. At the end of 2020 the album was rewarded with six Grammy nominations, including album of the year
Unfortunately, the accompanying tour had to be postponed as the world shut down for lockdown.
Now, with the 'final push' lockdown happening and daily vaccinations being administered, the world is almost ready for live music events again. With that in mind, Dua Lipa is casting ahead to tour Future Nostalgia, performing 12 gigs across the UK and Ireland in late September 2021.
Tickets are now on sale to see the 'Levitating' songtress in action, at the following venues:
Friday September 10 2021 – M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
Saturday 11 September 2021 – The SSE Hydro Glasgow
Monday 13 September 2021 – Utilita Arena Newcastle upon tyne
Wednesday 15 September 2021 – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Thursday 16 September 2021 – AO Arena Manchester
Saturday 18 September 2021 – 3Arena Dublin
Sunday 19 September 2021 – 3Arena Dublin
Tuesday 21 September 2021 – First Direct Arena Leeds
Friday 24 September 2021 – The O2 London
Saturday 25 September 2021 – The O2 London
Monday 27 September 2021 – Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Tuesday 28 September 2021 - Utilita Arena Birmingham
Tickets are available through Live Nation, here
Future Nostalgia has been applauded for its mixture of 80s synth and 90s pop classics, created a selection of pop-funk that's almost impossible to resist. She declared she wanted to make an album, “that felt nostalgic but had something fresh and futuristic about it too.”
Influenced by Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Gwen Stefani, and Olivia Newton-John, and Outkast, the first three singles, Don't Start Now, Physical, and Break My Heart, became worldwide hits even before the album's release.
The vinyl release of Future Nostalgia is currently sold out, but you can buy the album release here.