Ellie Goulding supports Delirium, her third album, with a nationwide arena tour of the UK in March 2016.
Ellie Goulding confirms extra London date
Updated: 28 October 2015
The Love Me Like You Do singer has confirmed a second date at The O2 arena in London, which will mark the end of Ellie Goulding’s 2016 tour.
The additional London show is set for 25 March, following her previously announced date on 24 March at the same venue.
In support of her brand new album, Delirium, the tour will take Ellie Goulding around the country with shows in the likes of Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle. Check out the singer’s full tour dates below and book your Ellie Goulding tickets to hear Delirium live.
Ellie Goulding March UK tour
Updated: 22 September 2015
In support of Delirium, her third studio album, Ellie Goulding will tour the UK during March 2016.
The Brit singer-songwriter will tour through Cardiff, Liverpool, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London during March 2016.
Ellie Goulding’s tour will include stops at the UK’s biggest arenas, including The O2 in London on 24 March, where the tour will end, Manchester Arena and Leeds First Direct Arena.
The Love Me Like You Do singer’s shows will showcase her brand new album, Delirium, which includes lead single On My Mind. Catch Ellie Goulding at an arena near you in March, and find your Ellie Goulding tickets below.
About Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding shot to fame with her folk influenced debut album, Lights, and gained notoriety after winning BBC's Sound of 2010: BBC's prestigious annual selection of hotly-tipped new acts. Ellie Goulding also took home the BRITs Critics' Choice Award in the same year.
The young multi-talented singer-songwriter has toured the world and gained international recognition with her second album Halcyon, which she released in 2012. The album reached the No.2 spot on the US Billboard Chart and made it to No.1 on the Official UK Albums Chart for three weeks.
The singer-songwriter then embarked on a UK tour in October, and scored her first UK No.1 single with Burn, which was taken from her critically acclaimed album Halcyon. Following the success of her second album, Ellie Goulding was nominated for the British Female Solo Artist award and British Single award at the 2014 BRITs.