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Doja Cat will bring The Scarlet Tour to the UK in June 2024 as part of her first European headline arena tour.

Doja Cat 2024 UK Tour Dates:

Glasgow OVO Hydro, 11 June
Birmingham Resorts World Arena, 12
London The O2, 14
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 15
London The O2, 17 ***EXTRA DATE***

Tickets on sale now & Friday (15 December) at 12pm from Ticketmaster AXS The Ticket Factory

The announcement follows the global superstar’s 2023 must-see tour of the year, which included 24 show-stopping performances in front of over 300,000 fans across North America.

After signing to Kemosabe/RCA Records in 2014, Doja Cat released her ‘Purrr!’ EP that same year, followed by debut album ‘Amala’ in spring 2018. It was however her August 2018 release of ‘MOOO!’ that catapulted her into the mainstream and was met with critical acclaim.

Doja Cat’s sophomore Grammy-nominated platinum album ‘Hot Pink’ dropped in November 2019 and went on to achieve over six billion streams worldwide. The full-length featured ‘Streets’, the viral sensation that soundtracked the ‘Silhouette Challenge’, one of the biggest TikTok trends to date, as well as her Grammy-nominated No.1 smash record ‘Say So’.

Her Grammy award-winning album ‘Planet Her’ came out in June 2021 and featured hit singles ‘Kiss Me More’ ft. SZA, ‘Woman’, The Weeknd collab ‘You Right’ and ‘Need To Know’. This year, Doja Cat released her critically acclaimed fourth studio album ‘Scarlet’ featuring smash single ‘Paint The Town Red’.

Doja Cat has won five AMAs, five Billboard Music Award, five MTV VMAs, three BMI Awards, two2 MTV EMAs, one GRAMMY Award and one NAACP Image Award along with garnering a total of 16 GRAMMY Award nominations to date. Additionally, she has been nominated for 20 Billboard Music Awards, 17 MTV VMAs, 9 AMAs, 9 BET Awards, 8 MTV EMAs, 5 BMI Awards and more.

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