Rina Sawayama has shared a new video for her single “Frankenstein” and has announced a European tour for 2023.
The singer released her new album “Hold The Girl” last month via Dirty Hit, and finished a UK and Ireland tour this week at London’s Brixton Academy.
With dates already announced in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, Sawayama has now confirmed that he will be bringing the “Hold The Girl” tour to mainland Europe this February.
The concerts will begin in Brussels on February 14 and will continue until the end of the month, when the tour will conclude with a concert in Oslo.
Watch Rina Sawayama’s new “Frankenstein” video and see the full list of 2023 European tour dates below.
Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, November 4 at 10:00 local time here, following a pre-sale on October 31 (also at 10:00 local time).
Rina Sawayama European Tour 2023 Dates:
14 – Brussels, Old Belgium
15 – Paris, Olympia
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16 – Zurich, Volkshaus
18 – Milan, Fabrice
19 – Munich, Muffathalle
21 – Utrecht, Tivoli Vrendenburg
23 – Warsaw, Stodola
24 – Berlin, Huxley’s Neue Welt
26 – Stockholm, Berns
27 – Oslo, Rockefeller Music Hall
On his recent tour of the UK and Ireland, Sawayama collaborated with the charity The Trussell Trust, which supports a national network of food banks and provides food and emergency support to people in need.
Sawayama said: “I’m sure everyone is aware, but the cost of living is rising so much right now, and it’s hard for people to pay for essential things like heat and food. No one should have to worry about whether they can afford to eat or not
“That’s why I’ve partnered with the Trussell Trust on my tour of the UK and Ireland this month, supporting food banks as they provide a lifeline to people during this crisis.”
Sawayama follows other artists who have pledged to help fans through the cost of living crisis. In February, the Bad Boy Chiller Crew launched a new “fans for food bank” plan at their concerts.