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BRIT Award-winning, multi-platinum selling musician George Ezra confirms new UK & Ireland shows for 2023.

Rescheduled shows confirmed in Leeds & London this April,

Leeds First Direct Arena, 05 April
London The O2, 06

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster AXS (Original tickets remain valid)

George Ezra 2023 Arena Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 08 March
Gleneagle INEC Arena, 10
Gleneagle INEC Arena, 11
London The O2, 13
London The O2, 14
Leeds First Direct Arena, 16

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster AXS

George Ezra 2023 Summer Dates:

Belsonic @ Belfast Ormeau Park, 09 June
Cork Musgrave, 11
Lytham Festival, 29
Beford Park Concerts, 30
Chepstow Racecourse, 02 July

Tickets on sale Friday (04 November) at 9am from Ticketmaster

The shows will be in support of his latest studio album ‘Gold Rush Kid’, which dropped on 10 June 2022.


The track was the second to be lifted from his latest full-length and the follow-up to euphoric first single ‘Anyone For You’.

George Ezra also played his biggest headline show yet at London’s Finsbury Park this summer, where he was joined by Blossoms, Holly Humberstone, Mimi Webb, The Big Moon, Mychelle & London International Gospel Choir.

He took to his social media to share the exciting news about his huge Finsbury Park show posting, “Hello! I keep trying to write this caption and keep over complicating it because I’m too excited ? So the headlines are: we’re coming back, I’m extremely excited and I can’t wait to see you all ? I hope you’re keeping well and that you had the best weekend! See you at Finsbury Park 17th July 2022 ? x”



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The English singer-songwriter’s last full-length was his 2018 sophomore LP ‘Staying At Tamara’s’. The release earned him his second UK No.1 album to date and was also the second biggest album of that year. The record featured hit singles ‘Paradise’, ‘Hold My Girl’, ‘Pretty Shining People’, ‘Saviour,’ ‘Don’t Matter Now’ and ‘Shotgun’, which was also one of the biggest songs of 2018.

The album arrived nearly four years after he first burst onto the scene with his 2014 multi-platinum, chart topping debut album ‘Wanted On Voyage’ and Top 10 singles ‘Budapest’ and ‘Blame It On Me’.

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