Maisie Peters has announced the biggest show of her career to date at London’s Wembley Arena – find out how to buy tickets here.
The singer-songwriter is currently on tour with Ed Sheeran – the record company she’s signed to – in Australia, and from next month she’ll be on tour in the UK.
Following the release of her second album “The Good Witch” on June 16, Peters will play at Wembley on November 3. He will also play on April 27 at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, from the closing of Brixton Academy.
Speaking about the Wembley date on Instagram, Peters told his fans: “I can’t really believe I’m saying this but… I’m playing ovo wembley arena on 3rd November 2023!!!”.
“This will be the most magical show to date, my biggest headline show + the album will be out + of course there will be pleasant surprises and maybe even special guests.”
Fans can access the show’s pre-sale by pre-ordering “The Good Witch” at the Peters UK store here before 15:00 GMT on Tuesday 28 February for a pre-sale starting on Wednesday 1 March at 10:00 GMT.
The general sale will take place on Friday, March 3, also at 10:00 GMT. You can buy tickets for general sale here.
Discussing her new album, which follows her 2021 debut You Signed Up For This, Peters said: “This is my heart and soul, my blood on the page, the collection of stories that I managed to submit last year. of my life lately, it’s my own twisted version of a breakup album and it’s all based on the same few months of experiences and inspirations.”
“It shifts between the real and the surreal, and it focuses on my own universe, and, of course, I’m the keeper of the keys and the one who holds the cards, the good witch, if you like. It goes from light to darkness in the blink of an eye, and I hope it takes you on a journey when you feel like you’ve been lost on someone else’s planet for a while.”
Check out the singer’s upcoming UK tour dates below.
14 – Newcastle, University of Newcastle
15 – Edinburgh, Assembly Rooms
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18 – Sheffield, The Leadmill
19 – Leicester, Leicester Academy O2
21 – Norwich, University of East Anglia
22 – Oxford, O2 Oxford Academy
23 – Cardiff, Tramshed
27 – London, Eventim Apollo
02 – Antwerp, Trix
03 – Paris, Le Trianon
05 – Amsterdam, Melkweg Max
06 – Berlin, Heimathafen Neukoelln
07 – Cologne, Carlswerk Victoria
03 – London, Wembley Arena