Tom Odell announces North East date as live music tours start to come back

Brit and Ivor Novello award-winner Tom Odell has announced a major UK tour – including a North East date.

Monday, 15th March 2021, 11:56 am
Tom Odell

The UK and Ireland tour for 2022 follows the announcement of his new album, monsters, due for release on June 25 and of his new single, monster v.1, on Columbia Records which is out now.

After a dark period of mental health in 2018 and 2019, Odell wrote his way through it and pouring his feelings into new music that will form his fourth album, monsters.

He has been working as a musician in the public eye since he was 21 when self-penned debut album Long Way Down earned him a number 1 album, a top 10 single (the epic Another Love) and a Brit.

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Tom's new album is out this year

When does he play the North East?

Tom Odell plays Newcastle City Hall on Wednesday, March 2, 2022

How to get tickets

Tickets for the tour go on general sale on Friday, March 26 at 9am via www.gigsandtours.com, www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.axs.com. Fans pre-ordering the album (vinyl, cd, cassette and more) on Tom’s official website will guarantee first access to tickets.

Tour dates

::Tuesday 15 February Belfast Ulster Hall

::Wednesday 16 February Dublin Olympia Theatre

::Friday 18 February Southampton O2 Guildhall

::Saturday 19 February Bristol O2 Academy Bristol

::Sunday 20 February Manchester O2 Apollo

::Tuesday 22 February Oxford O2 Academy

::Thursday 24 February London O2 Academy Brixton

::Saturday 26 February Liverpool O2 Academy

::Sunday 27 February Cardiff The Great Hall

::Tuesday 01 March Leeds O2 Academy

::Wednesday 02 March Newcastle O2 City Hall

::Friday 04 March Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow

::Saturday 05 March Nottingham Rock City

::Sunday 06 March Cambridge Corn Exchange

::Tuesday 08 March Birmingham O2 Academy

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