Fresh from headlining a sold out Finsbury Park last weekend, George Ezra has announced news of three massive shows for March 2023.
Bringing recent album ‘Gold Rush Kid’ to the big stages, George will play Dublin’s 3Arena on the 8th and INEC Killarney on the 10th of the month, before winding up at London’s O2 Arena on 13th March.
These dates join the singer’s already announced 12-show Autumn 2022 run, which kicks off on 22nd September at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena. Tickets for the new shows go on sale 10am Friday (22nd July).
As well as the new shows, George has also revealed the first trailer for his upcoming documentary End to End, which follows the singer walking 1,200 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats across the course of 95 days.
The film will play at UK cinemas for one night only on 29th August. Watch the trailer below.
George Ezra plays:
13 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
14 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
16 - The AO Arena, Manchester
20 - Utilita Arena, Newcastle upon Tyne
22 - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
25 - P&J Live, Aberdeen
26 - The Ovo Hydro, Glasgow
28 - SSE Arena, Belfast
29 - 3Arena, Dublin
01 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
02 - Utilita Arena, Sheffield
08 - 3Arena, Dublin
10 - INEC Killarney, Killarney
13 - O2 Arena, London
Sugababes, Niall Horan and Manic Street Preachers are among the other acts set to perform.
Metronomy, black midi and The Big Moon are also among the first names confirmed.
On third album ‘Gold Rush Kid’, the UK’s favourite happy-go-lucky hitmaker is taking stock and looking for something a little deeper.
George Ezra - Gold Rush Kid
Another charming record that’s hard not to love.