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Ne-Yo has announced a string of UK shows for this September, including arena huge dates in Cardiff, Nottingham and London.

Ne-Yo Live In Concert 2022 UK Dates:

Newcastle O2 City Hall, 20 Sept
Manchester Bowlers Exhibition Centre, 21
Hull Bonus Arena, 22
Birmingham Forum, 24
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 25
Glasgow O2 Academy, 27
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 28
London OVO Arena Wembley, 29

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster AXS See Tickets

It will be the R&B superstar’s first run of UK live dates in six years and follows his appearance on series 2 of ‘The Masked Singer UK’, where he was unmasked as the celebrity behind Badger. The singer was runner-up to Joss Stone who won as Sausage with JLS star Aston Merrygold coming in third place as Robin.

Ne-Yo’s forthcoming album ‘Self Explanatory’ is due out on 15 July 2022 and will include previously released singles ‘You Got The Body’, ‘Don’t Love Me’ and ‘Stay Down’ ft. Yung Bleu.

His multiplatinum debut album ‘In My Own Words’ released back in 2006. It was followed by 2007s ‘Because of You’, 2008s ‘Year of the Gentleman’, 2010s ‘Libra Scale’, 2012s R.E.D., 2016s ‘Non-Fiction’ and most recent full-length 2018s ‘Good Man’.

The Grammy Award-winning singer, composer, producer and actor has penned and produced tracks for countless artists including Beyoncé, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Celine Dion, as well as collaborated with the likes of Rihanna, David Guetta and Pitbull.

Some of his biggest tracks include ‘So Sick’, ‘Sexy Love’, ‘Closer’, ‘Beautiful Monster’ and ‘Miss Independent’ and ‘Because of You’ – to name just a few!

Ne-Yo has sold over 10 million albums worldwide and taken home three Grammys and two MOBO Awards. He is also the second male R&B artist ever to amass six consecutive top 10 albums.

Image Credit: Motown Records / PRESS

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