Example announces new UK & Ireland February 2024 tour dates

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Example announces new UK & Ireland February 2024 tour dates

Example has announced details of a lengthy UK and Ireland tour – kicking off in February 2024.

The grime-pop crossover star (real name Elliot Gleave) is known for his electro-pop chart-climbers such as ‘Kickstarts’, ‘Unorthodox’ with grime star Wretch 32, and his first UK Number One ‘Changed The Way You Kiss’.

Today (September 4), the BRIT Award-nominated rapper has unveiled his 17-stop headlining ‘Bangers, Hits And A Couple New Bits’ tour – which will start in Bridlington Spa on February 2 next year, stopping in Nottingham, Cardiff and more, before ending in his hometown of London on February 24.

Those with access to the pre-sale, fans can grab tickets this Wednesday (September 6) at 10am, before tickets go on general sale this Friday (September 8) at 10am. Fans can find the datse below and can buy any available tickets here.

Example’s 2024 UK & Ireland tour dates are:

2 – Bridlington, EN – Bridlington Spa
4 – Lincoln, EN – The Engine Shed
5 – Buckley, EN – The Tivoli
7 – Glasgow, SC – O2 Academy
8 – Newcastle, SC – NX
9 – Nottingham, EN – Rock City
10 – Manchester, EN – O2 Victoria Warehouse
12 – Bristol, EN – O2 Academy
13 – Bexhill, EN – De La Warr Pavilion
14 – Bournemouth, EN – O2 Academy
16 – Birmingham, EN – O2 Academy
17 – Leeds, EN – O2 Academy
18 – Norwich, EN – UEA
20 – Belfast, IE – The Limelight
21 – Dublin, IE – 3Olympia Theatre
23 – Cardiff, WLS – The Great Hall
24 – London, EN – The Roundhouse 

The news comes after Example finished his extensive summer 2023 tour as he performed at many festivals including Boardmasters, Glastonbury and Creamfields North.

Last month, Example also announced three Australian shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in mid-November this year. His support act will be popular EDM Australian DJ Godlands. Check out those dates below and find tickets here.

Example’s 2023 Australian tour dates

3 – Sydney, NSW – Liberty Hall
10 – Melbourne, VI – 170 Russell
17 – Brisbane, QLD – Princess Theatre

Earlier this year, after his Creamfields set, Gleave had to cancel his appearance at Manchester Pride due to him losing his voice. He took to social media to say, “I can’t even sing. So I won’t be performing at Manchester Pride this evening, but have a lovely time.”

In June last year, Example released his seventh studio album, ‘We May Grow Old But We Never Grow Up’, which had features from JME, What So Not and more.

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