Please note this tour has been chancelled.
Message from AJ Tracey: Due to the ongoing uncertainty with the pandemic it’s become clear I won’t be able to deliver The Flu Game tour the way I wanted to & the way you lot deserve. It’s with regret that I am cancelling the tour and starting work on a completely new live experience for 2022.
AJ Tracey will hit the road across the UK & Ireland with The Flu Game Tour in November 2021.
AJ Tracey Arena Tour Dates:
Dublin 3Arena, 13 Nov
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 18
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 19
Manchester AO Arena, 20
London The O2, 25
The British rapper took to social media to share the exciting announcement saying, “I told you i’d be back Smiling face with horns ARENA TOUR this time no likkle shows who’s ready to go mad?!”
The tour will be in support of AJ’s eagerly awaited sophomore album ‘Flu Game’. The record, which officially dropped last Friday (16 April), is currently competing for the top spot on this week’s UK Album Chart.
The 16-track release features 12 brand new songs including UK Top 5 charting singles ‘Bringing It Back’ with Digga D, ‘West Ten’ with Mabel, Platinum smash ‘Dinner Guest’ ft. MoStack and recent hit ‘Little More Love’.
The tour and its surrounding album campaign are influenced by the story of Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls team in the late 90s, drawing refences from one of his legendary championship games where he overcame a nasty bout of food poisoning and took the Bulls to the championship.
AJ is currently among the top nominees for this year’s BRIT Awards. In addition to being up for British Male Solo Artist, singles Rain’ ft. Aitch and Headie One/Stormzy collab ‘Ain’t It Different’ are both up for Song Of The Year.
Don’t miss AJ Tracey live on tour this November!