Double platinum and BRIT award-winning artist Paloma Faith will embark on a huge UK summer tour in 2022 that kicks off in Edinburgh in June. Tickets are available to buy Friday 15th October via https://www.palomafaith.com/live/
The extensive 23 date tour will run throughout June, July and August 2022 and will see Paloma play a number of fantastic outdoor locations including cricket clubs, city squares, parks and racecourses as well as a handful of indoor venues in cities and towns she has not visited for a number of years.
Talking about the tour Paloma said, “I’ve been touring my recent album Infinite Things and it’s been so invigorating seeing everyone out on the road around the UK. I’ve loved playing live again and I am beyond excited to announce my Summer 2022 tour. I love nothing more than singing for you all and hearing you sing back to me. There’s nothing like it.”
Performing an array of hits from her extensive and much loved repertoire. These homecoming shows will have fans singing along to classics such as “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” and “Lullaby” as well as new songs from her fifth studio album “Infinite Things“.
It’s been a busy year for the singer with Paloma releasing her BBC documentary ‘Paloma Faith: As I Am‘ earlier this year which received praise from critics and fans for it’s insight into the pop star’s life and frank discussions around motherhood. She also entered the world of interior design with the launch of her Paloma Home collection as well as filming season 3 of Pennyworth and the prequel series to Stephen Fears’ movie Dangerous Liaisons.
The summer 2022 tour will feature songs from her most recent album ‘Infinite Things’ as well as all of her hits. Tickets for the tour go on general sale on Friday 15th October.
Catch Paloma live when she embarks on her UK 2022 tour next June and July.
UK HEADLINE 2022 TOUR DATES:
June 2nd Edinburgh, Usher Hall
June 3rd Harrogate, Convention Centre
June 5th Ipswich, Regent Theatre
June 6th Woking, New Victoria Theatre
June 9th Hull, Bonus Arena
June 10th Bournemouth, International Centre
June 12th Stoke on Trent, Regent Theatre
June 13th Stockton, Globe
June 17th Newmarket, Racecourse
June 18th Llanelli, Parc Y Scarlets
June 25th Doncaster, Racecourse
July 1st Haydock Park, Racecourse
July 2nd Halifax, Live at Peace Hall
July 8th Chepstow, Racecourse
July 9th Plymouth, Central Park
July 16th Darlington, Arena
July 17th Milton Keynes, Campbell Park
July 20th Sandown Park, Racecourse
July 23rd Carlisle, Bitts Park
July 24th Dundee, Slessor Gardens
July 30th Lingfield, Park Resort
July 31st Leicester, County Cricket Club
August 5th Hertfordshire, Hatfield Park