Dua Lipa reschedules Future Nostalgia UK and European tour and adds new dates

Dua Lipa pushes back her UK and European tour, and adds a further 10 arena shows.

Dua Lipa has rescheduled her Future Nostalgia UK and European tour to Spring 2022.

In a post on her socials the singer said she was "utterly heartbroken" the tour couldn't go ahead this year due to social distancing restrictions still in place.

The Future Nostalgia tour was originally meant to launch in May 2020, with dates pushed to January 2021 due to the coronavirus. 

The arena shows were reshuffled again to this September/October, and will now take place in spring 2022, with ten new Europe dates announced. 

Dua added: “Please hold onto your tickets, as they remain valid for the rescheduled dates. I can’t wait to be back on stage and reunited with you all and have also added even more dates, which go on sale this week. Love, Dua.”

See the rescheduled tour dates below, which kick off on April 15 in Manchester, below: 

April 2022

15 – Manchester, AO Arena
17 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
18 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
20 – Dublin, 3Arena
21 – Dublin, 3Arena
23 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
24 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
26 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
29 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena

May 2022

2 – London, The O2
3 – London, The O2
6 – Antwerp, Sportpaleis
7 – Antwerp, Sportpaleis (new date)
9 – Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
10 – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena
12 – Cologne, Lanxess Arena
17 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
18 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome (new date)
20 – Zurich, Hallenstadion (new date)
22 – Munich, Olympiahalle (new date)
23 – Vienna, Stadhalle (new date)
25 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum
26 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum (new date)
28 – Bologna, Unipol Arena (new date)
30 – Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier (new date)

June 2022

1 – Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi
3 – Madrid, Wizink Center
5 – Braga, Altice Forum (new date)
6 – Lisbon, Altice Arena (new date)

Future Nostalgia was released in March 2020 and spent four weeks at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart. The record finished as the biggest album released last year, and is currently the UK's biggest album of 2021

The collection also won Album of the Year at this year's BRIT Awards, while music licensing company PPL have revealed Dua was the UK's most-played artist last year