Dave Announces Major UK And Ireland Tour For 2022
Dave has confirmed that he’ll hit the road next year for his biggest UK and Ireland tour to date.
Following the release of his second album, We’re All Alone In This Together, the rapper has announced a massive arena tour, which is set to kick off in Nottingham on February 15, 2022 and end in Dublin at 3Arena on March 3.
Other stops on the tour will include Birmingham, Leeds, Cardiff, Manchester, Newcastle, Bournemouth, Liverpool and Glasgow.
Dave will also headline his first festival later this month at Manchester’s Parklife on September 11, 2021, giving fans a first live performance of ‘We’re All Alone In This Together’.
Pre-sale tickets go on sale on September 7 at 9:00am BST until September 9, followed by general sale tickets on September 9 at 10:00am. Visit the artist’s official website for further information.
Last weekend, Dave joined Stormzy for a performance of their recent track Clash during the influential British rapper’s headline set at Reading Festival.
The collaboration appears on Dave’s second album We’re All Alone In This Together, and the recent performance marks the first time the pair have played it live together.
After Dave left the stage following the performance, Stormzy told the crowd: “Ladies and gentlemen, make some noise for King David.”
Dave’s debut album Psychodrama (2019) was met with widespread critical acclaim and debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, having the biggest first week streams for a UK rap album. It went on to win the Mercury Prize, and Album of the Year at the 2020 Brit Awards. In July 2021, Dave released his sophomore album We’re All Alone in This Together. He made his acting debut in the third season of the Netflix series Top Boy, which was released in September 2019.
Dave plays the following dates in 2022:
15 February – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
17 February – Birmingham, Resort World Arena
18 February – Bournemouth, International Centre
19 February – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
22 February – London, O2 Arena
24 February – Manchester, AO Arena
25 February – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
26 February – Leeds, First Direct Arena
27 February– Newcastle Upon Tyne, Utilita Arena
1 March – Glasgow, SECC Hydro
3 March – Dublin, 3 Arena