Sampla has announced details of a long UK-Ireland tour starting in February 2024.
The grime-pop star (real name Elliot Gleave) is known for electro-pop hits like “Kickstarts,” “Unorthodox” with grime star Wretch 32, and his first UK number one “Changed The Way.” You Kiss”.
Today (September 4), the BRIT Award-nominated rapper has revealed his 17-stop Bangers, Hits And A Couple New Bits tour, kicking off in the seaside venue of Bridlington on February 2 next year, with stops in Nottingham, Cardiff and elsewhere. , before finishing in his hometown of London on February 24.
Those with access to the pre-sale will be able to purchase tickets this Wednesday (September 6) at 10:00am, before they go on sale Friday (September 8) at 10:00am. for fans find the details below and purchase available tickets here.
The UK and Ireland 2024 tour dates are as an example:
2 – Bridlington, ES – Bridlington Spa
4 – Lincoln, ES – The Engine Shed
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5 – Buckley, ES – The Tivoli
7 – Glasgow, SC – O2 Academy
8 – Newcastle, SC – NX
9 – Nottingham, ES – Rock City
10 – Manchester, ES – O2 Victoria Warehouse
12 – Bristol, ES – O2 Academy
13 – Bexhill, ES – De La Warr Pavilion
14 – Bournemouth, ES – O2 Academy
16 – Birmingham, ES – O2 Academy
17 – Leeds, ES – O2 Academy
18 – Norwich, ES – UEA
20 – Belfast, IE – The Limelight
21 – Dublin, IE – 3Olympia Theatre
23 – Cardiff, WLS – The Great Hall
24 – London, IN – The Round House
The news comes as Example have completed their extensive summer 2023 tour, which saw them play a host of festivals including Boardmasters, Glastonbury and Creamfields North.
Last month, Sampla announced three shows in Australia, in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, in mid-November this year. Your opening act will be Australian EDM DJ Godlands. Check out the dates below and find tickets here.
Sample 2023 Australian tour dates
3 – Sydney, NSW – Liberty Hall
10 – Melbourne, VI – 170 Russell
17th – Brisbane, QLD – Princess Theatre
Earlier in the year, after his performance at Creamfields, Gleave had to cancel his performance at Manchester Pride because he lost his voice. On social media he said: “I can’t even sing. So I won’t be playing at Manchester Pride tonight, but have a good time.”
In June of last year, Example released their seventh studio album, “We May Grow Old But We Never Grow Up”, featuring features from JME, What So Not and others.