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Anastacia will bring the ‘Not That Kind’ 25th Anniversary Tour to the UK & Ireland in early 2025.

Anastacia 2025 Tour Dates:

Portsmouth Guildhall, 16 April
Bath The Forum, 17
Swansea Arena, 19
Dublin 3Olympia Theatre, 22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 25
Oxford New Theatre, 27
Birmingham Symphony Hall, 28
Manchester O2 Apollo, 30
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, 01 May
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 03
York Barbican, 04
London Palladium, 06
London Palladium, 07 ***EXTRA DATE***

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster

The extensive run of shows will mark 25 years since the pop icon dropped her debut studio album, which featured smash hit single ‘I’m Outta Love’.

The tour will also include stops in Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Belgium before heading to the Ireland and the UK.

Discussing the tour, Anastacia commented, “I am beyond excited to be on the road again in Europe and blessed to get to come and perform in so many gorgeous places to my very special family. I didn’t get to do a tour for my first album which makes this all the more special. I can’t believe it’s been 25 years since ‘Not That Kind’, we will be sure to celebrate in true Anastacia style. It’ll be one big anniversary party. I can’t wait to see you all there!”

The announcement follows the recent success of Anastacia’s 2023 album of covers ‘Our Songs’ (Edel). The full-length celebrates the music Anastacia fell in love with while in Germany and presents 12 English-language interpretations of German top hits from 1980-2020.

The American singer-songwriter’s eighth studio release was a massive success across Europe, reaching No.2 on the German album chart, a Top 5 position in Austria and Top 10 in Switzerland. Additionally, she released a special extended bonus edition of ‘Our Songs’, featuring new covers based on songs by young German hitmakers Nico Santos, Michael Schulte & Zoe Wees.

Don’t miss the chance to see Anastacia live in the UK in 2025!

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