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James Arthur adds Liverpool date to his 2022 UK tour

3 years ago

James Arthur adds Liverpool date to his 2022 UK tour

James Arthur has added a Liverpool date to his 2022 tour and will be playing Mountford Hall, Liverpool Guild of Students on Saturday 26th March.

James’ tour throughout March 2022, will see him perform songs from his brand-new album ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ alongside his classic hit singles and fan favourites.

James says:

“I’m beyond happy about getting back on the road and seeing everyone again. Playing shows for my fans gives me life and that’s been taken away for the best part of two years so needless to say I’m itching to get back out there and perform for them again. Coming to a stage near you soon!”

Photographer Credit  – Filmawi

James has sold over 30 million records worldwide and has to date released four hugely successful albums ‘James Arthur’ (UK No.2), ‘Back From The Edge’ (UK No.1), ‘YOU’ (UK No.2), and ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ (UK No.3), alongside multiple solo UK Top 40 singles. He has had two No.1 smash hits and was awarded a disc for reaching a billion streams on Spotify with ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’, the No.1 global hit that brought the singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough back from the edge (it currently has 1.9 billion streams on the platform).

Tickets for Liverpool go on sale Friday 17 December at 10AM via www.jamesarthurofficial.com, www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk, with all other dates onsale now.

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