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Calum Scott Announces U.K. & European Tour

Calum Scott today announces his biggest headline U.K. & European tour to date.

Following the release of “Where Are You Now” with Lost Frequencies that continues to dominate the UK Top 5 and airwaves around the world with over 400 million streams to date, multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Calum Scott today announces his biggest headline U.K. & European tour to date. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 25 March at 10 at Calumscott.com/live.

Calum will kick off the European leg of the tour in Vienna, Austria on 13 September before performing in cities across Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Ireland. The U.K. leg of the tour arrives on 1 October at Queens Hall in Edinburgh with shows confirmed across Manchester, Birmingham, and the iconic London Palladium before concluding in his hometown, Hull on 8 October.

2022 U.K.  Tour Dates:

01 October Edinburgh, U.K. Queens Hall

02 October Manchester, U.K. Lowry Lyric Theatre

04 October Birmingham, U.K. Town Hall

06 October London, U.K. The Palladium

08 October Hull, U.K. Bonus Arena

Says Calum, “It feels so incredible to announce my U.K. & European tour! It’s been a long time coming and a lot of planning but after the last few years we’ve had, you can just tell how excited people are for live music again and I’m so happy to be a part of it. I am coming back with my band to play the songs that people discovered me on, as well as new songs from my second album which I would say is my best and most personal work yet – I can’t wait to see you there.”

The news also follows the latest release of Calum’s emotionally empowered single and video “If You Ever Change Your Mind.” It’s the third song that Calum has shared from his highly anticipated sophomore album, due out this spring.

“If You Ever Change Your Mind” arrived on the heels of Calum’s recent single “Rise,” a wildly soaring track whose video features a captivating performance from British actor Georgia Hirst (known for her role on the acclaimed historical drama “Vikings”).