James Blunt Announces Early 2020 UK Tour

Pic by Gavin Bond

Following the news that his sixth studio album, ‘Once Upon A Mind’, will be released on October 25th via Atlantic Records, James Blunt today announces a major 2020 UK and European tour including a must see show at London’s Royal Albert Hall April 7th.

James kicks off the tour February 14th in Birmingham and finishes at London’s Royal Albert Hall playing shows across Europe throughout the run.

Tickets go on sale Friday September 6th

James plays the following UK shows:


Fri 14th                        BIRMINGHAM, Arena Birmingham

Sat 15th                      MANCHESTER, Manchester Arena

Sun 16th                     HULL, Bonus Arena

Mon 17th                   NEWCASTLE, Utilita Arena

Wed 19th                   GLASGOW, SEC Armadillo

Thurs 20th                   NOTTINGHAM, Nottingham Arena

Fri 21st                         CARDIFF, Cardiff Arena

Sat 22nd                     BRIGHTON, Brighton Centre


Tues 7th                      LONDON, Royal Albert Hall

After flirting with electronica on his last album, James Blunt returns to what he does best on new album ‘Once Upon A Mind’, writing classic songs that touch both the heart and the head. Highlights are many and include the breezy first single ‘Cold’, the poignant ballad ‘Monsters’, the pop swagger of ‘5 Miles’ and the country tinged ‘Halfway.’ There’s a warmth that permeates the entire album, and a real sense of personality.


Tues 25th                    BELGIUM, BRUSSELS, Forest National

Wed 26th                   FRANCE, LILLE, Zenith

Thurs 27th                   FRANCE, PARIS, Zenith la Vilette

Fri 28th                        NETHERLANDS, AMSTERDAM, AFAS


Sun 1st                        FRANCE, MARSEILLES, Le Dôme

Mon 2nd                     FRANCE, LYON, Halle Tony Garnier

Tues 3rd                      FRANCE, NANTES, Zénith Métropole

Fri 6th                          CZECH REPUBLIC, PRAGUE, Tipsport Arena

Sat 7th                        POLAND, GLIWICE, Arena Gliwice

Mon 9th                     GERMANY, BERLIN, Mercedez—Benz-Arena

Tues 10th                    GERMANY, LEIPZIG, Arena

Thus 12th                    GERMANY, HANNOVER, TUI Arena

Fri 13th                        GERMANY, LINGEN, EmslandArena

Sat 14th                      GERMANY, HAMBURG, Barclaycard-Arena

Mon 16th                   GERMANY, MANNHEIM, SAP Arena

Tues 17th                    GERMANY, COLOGNE, Lanxess Arena

Wed 18th                   GERMANY, OBERHAUSEN, König-Pilsener Arena

Thurs 19th                   GERMANY, FRANKFURT, Festhalle

Sat 21st                       GERMANY, MUNICH, Olympiahalle

Sun 22nd                    AUSTRIA, INNSBRUCK, Olympiahalle

Tues 24th                    SWITZERLAND, ZURICH, Hallenstadion Zurich

Wed 25th                   ITALY, MILAN, Mediolanum Forum

Fri 27th                        ITALY, PADOVA, GT Geox

Sat 28th                      ITALY, ROME, Palazzo dello Sport

Mon 30th                   AUSTRIA, LINZ, TipsArena

Tues 31st                    AUSTRIA, VIENNA, Stadthalle


Wed 1st                      HUNGARY, BUDAPEST, Arena

Fri 3rd                          GERMANY, STUTTGART, Hans-Martin-Scleyer-Halle

Sat 4th                        GERMANY, NUERNBERG, Arena

Sun 5th                       FRANCE, STRASBOURG, Zenith

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