The gigs will begin on Dublin at the Olympia Theatre on 10th April, ending with a huge London date at Alexandra Palace on the 20th.
Shows in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff complete the run.
We spoke to Dua Lipa about her debut and, um, rabbits and whiplash, for a recent feature in DIY.
“I always wanted to have an album out,” she told us, “and it was always a really big part for me. All the artists that I really fell in love with and that I really loved all had albums, and that was the reason why I was so in love with them. I had to have my own album. It was really important to me.”
Read the full feature here, and view the tour dates below.
10 Dublin, Olympia Theatre
12 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
14 Manchester, O2 Apollo
17 Birmingham, Genting Arena
18 Cardiff, Arena
20 London, Alexandra Palace
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