james arthur

james arthur

Ahead of his highly anticipated sold out theatre dates, James Arthur has announced The YOU Tour for March 2020.

James Arthur 2020 UK & Ireland Arena Tour Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 02 March
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 05
Birmingham Arena, 07
Brighton Centre, 08
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 10
Leeds First Direct Arena, 11
Newcastle Untilita Arena, 13
Manchester Arena, 14

Tickets on sale Friday (13 September) at 10am from AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory See Tickets

The news follows the release of James Arthur’s brand new single ‘Treehouse’, featuring US superstar rapper Ty Dolla $ign and British rising star Shotty Horroh.


James is set to release his third album ‘YOU’ on 18 October  2019. It will include hit singles ‘Falling Like The Stars’, ‘Naked’ and ‘Empty Space’, alongside new collaborations with the likes of Travis Barker (Blink 182) and Adam Lazzara from Taking Back Sunday.

The former X Factor is also due to hit the road on a theatre tour this October – see full details of the You Up Close And Personal Tour below:

Middlesbrough Empire, 03 Oct ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Middlesbrough Empire, 04 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Stoke-On-Trent Regent Theatre, 06
Southend Cliffs Pavilion, 08
Manchester O2 Apollo, 09
Hull Bonus Arena, 11
Birmingham O2 Academy, 12
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 14
Sheffield City Hall, 15
Bath Forum, 17
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 19
Bournemouth BIC Solent Hall, 20
Reading Hexagon, 22
London Eventim Apollo, 23
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, 25
Carlisle Sands Centre, 26
Liverpool Empire Theatre, 28
Glasgow SEC Armadillo, 29

Tickets on sale now from Eventim AXS Ticketmaster See Tickets

Since dropping his debut single ‘Impossible’, the English singer and songwriter has sold over 25 million records, clocked-up more than three billion streams worldwide and received numerous award nominations.

After selling out his 2017 UK arena tour, James has spent over 43 weeks in the singles charts and collaborated with the likes of Rudimental, Marshmello and Anne-Marie on their smash hit version of The Greatest Showman song ‘Rewrite The Stars’.

Listen to his single ‘Falling Like The Stars’ HERE:

James also recently contributed his track ‘From The Grave’ to the For The Throne album, featuring music inspired by the hit HBO series Game Of Thrones.