James Arthur is to hit Ireland and the UK next year, as part of a major world tour, announcing his return to the stage.
Arthur will be coming to Dublin's 3Arena on 3 March next year, as part of his UK & European leg of his 'Bitter Sweet Love' Tour. The tour will support the singer's new album of the same name, which arrives on next year (26 January).
His UK and European dates will also see him play 8 arena shows, including London's Wembley OVO arena on March 16 next year.
Tickets for these shows go on pre sale from 20 September, before going on general sale from Friday 22 September at 9am via Ticketmaster.
These are the dates for the UK/EU leg of the Bitter Sweet Love world tour - can’t wait for you all to see the show ❤️ Everyone who pre-orders the album from my official store before 3PM BST this Tuesday will receive access to my EU/UK tour pre-sale! Thank you so much for your… pic.twitter.com/ESxrR6NtpJ— James Arthur (@JamesArthur23) September 15, 2023
Since winning the X Factor in 2012, James Arthur's career has gone from strength to strength, with multiple records certified platinum, including tracks like his breakthrough tune 'Say You Won't Let Go' in 2016.
Other hit singles include ‘Impossible’, ‘Can I Be Him’, ‘Sun Comes Up’, ‘Naked’, ‘Empty Space’, ‘Rewrite The Stars’, ‘Falling Like the Stars’, ‘Train Wreck’ and ‘Lasting Lover’. Current hits like 'Cars Outside' looks set to see Arthur score another major hit.
He has also released as many as four top 10 albums, including 'Back From The Edge'.