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Freya Ridings announces ‘Blood Orange’ Tour

Freya Ridings announces details of a major UK and Ireland tour in support of the record.

As the April 28th release of her eagerly anticipated new album ‘Blood Orange’ approaches, Freya Ridings announces details of a major UK and Ireland tour in support of the record. The ‘Blood Orange’ tour will represent Freya’s first full scale headline tour in four years and culminates with a 5000-capacity homecoming show at London’s Eventim Apollo. Confirmation of the tour follows the big news that Freya will perform at The Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on May 7th as part of an all-star line-up led by Take That, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry. 
 
Freya says, THE BLOOD ORANGE TOUR 🍊 thrilled to announce 📣 this album and tour have been years in the making and words can’t express how much I’ve longed to sing with you all again. You helped me make this album 🎶 and I’m so excited to play all around Ireland and the UK again!!” 
 
Tickets for the Freya Ridings shows, listed below, go on sale HERE from 9am this Friday, April 21st:
 
SEPTEMBER
17th – Belfast, Ulster Hall
18th – Dublin, 3Olympia
21st – Limerick, Big Top
 
OCTOBER
1st – Newcastle, NX
3rd – Glasgow, O2 Academy
4th – Manchester, Albert Hall
5th – Leeds, O2 Academy
7th – Norwich, UEA
8th – Nottingham, Rock City
10th – Birmingham, O2 Institute
12th – Cardiff, Great Hall
13th – London, Eventim Apollo
 
Recent weeks have seen Freya return in style as she looks to build upon the #3 chart position and Gold-certified success of her self-titled debut album. The BRIT Award nominated singer-songwriter returned to the upper reaches of the charts with ‘Weekends’ which became her third highest charting single to date after the smash hits and fan favourites ‘Lost Without You’and ‘Castles’. A Radio 1 Tune of the Week, ‘Weekends’ also became a major airplay hit with an array of key playlists including Radio 2, Capital and Virgin. The album has also been previewed by the songs ‘Face in the Crowd’, ‘Can I Jump?’ and ‘Perfect’.