n the last two years we have witnessed an incredible new talent in Sigrid. From the tiny town of Ålesund in Norway, but with a colossal mind, attitude and voice,

Sigrid’s defiant pop was catapulted into the public consciousness with the zeitgeist defining ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’; the top 10 single ‘Strangers’, critically lauded RAW EP and new single A-List single ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’. Today Sigrid releases her debut album Sucker Punch to critical acclaim, already praise across the board as an authentic, pure pop triumpth (LOBF) and an antidote to pop artifice (Mail). A collection of thrilling contemporary pop, Sigrid says of her debut album: “There are ballads, there are songs about friendship, there are songs about having a crush, there are songs about business. The theme is that there is no theme. The pop genre is so broad that I feel I have so much freedom and space to make whatever I want to make. ”

From winning the BBC Sound of 2018, debuting at Glastonbury, bewitching TV audiences on The Royal Variety, Nobel Peace Prize, Later…with Jools Holland, and The Graham Norton Show, Sigrid’s undeniable natural talent and live flair has captured the hearts and minds of fans across the world. With streaming numbers reaching 570M, the Norwegian sensation is undoubtedly set to continue her ascent, as she begins her arena tour with George Ezra, and plays her biggest headline shows to date in November 2019, performing at London’s Eventim Apollo and 3Arena in Dublin.

Headline Tour 2019

19 November    Utrecht              TivoliVredenburg Ronda
20 November    Brussels           Ancienne Belgique
22 November    Dublin               3Arena
23 November    Leeds               O2 Academy Leeds
24 November    Nottingham       Rock City
26 November    Edinburgh         Usher Hall
27 November    Newcastle         O2 Academy Newcastle
29 November    Manchester       Manchester Academy
02 December    Birmingham       O2 Academy Birmingham
04 December    London             London Eventim Apollo

George Ezra Support SOLD OUT

07 March          Newcastle                     Metro Radio Arena
08 March          Leeds                           First Direct Arena
09 March          Liverpool                      Echo Arena
11 March          Brighton                        Brighton Centre
12 March          Nottingham                   Motorpoint Arena
13 March          Cardiff                          Motorpoint Arena
15 March          Glasgow                       SSE Hydro
16 March          Manchester                   Manchester Arena
17 March          Birmingham                   Genting Arena
19 March          London                         O2
20 March          London                         O2
22 March          Sheffield                       FlyDSA Arena
23 March          Manchester                   Manchester Arena

Maroon 5 Support
01 June             Aalborg                         Molleparken
03 June             Cologne                        Lanxess Arena
05 June             Prague                          O2 Arena
06 June             Krakow                         Tauron Arena
10 June            Amsterdam                   Ziggo Dome
11 June            Paris                             Accors Hotel Arena