Jess Glynne confirms a massive headline arena tour for late 2016. See her in the likes of London, Birmingham and Newcastle.
Jess Glynne 2016 tour
Updated: 14 June 2016
The Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself singer will take over arenas across the UK and Ireland later this year.
Playing her biggest headline gigs to date in the UK and Ireland’s largest arenas, Jess Glynne’s Take Me Home Tour will run through November and December 2016.
The singer will start her tour on 18 November at Birmingham’s Genting Arena and it will come to a close on 1 December at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena.
Jess Glynne’s tour includes stop at Liverpool’s Echo Arena, Dublin’s 3Arena, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena, Brighton Centre, Plymouth Pavilions and London’s The O2.
The singer released I Cry When I Laugh, her debut album, in 2015. The collection was a huge success landing the No.1 spot in the UK. Along with her album, Jess Glynne has seen an incredible five singles chart at No.1.
Jess Glynne UK tour dates
Updated: 10 March 2016
Jess Glynne will play a handful of shows around the UK during summer, including playing the UK’s leading racecourses and the Eden Project.
Jess Glynne will perform at Merseyside’s Haydock Racecourse on 1 July, Cornwall’s Eden Project on 14 July, Newmarket Racecourse on 12 August and Lincoln’s Market Rasen Racecourse on 13 August. Check below for available Jess Glynne tickets.
About Jess Glynne
Born in London, Jess Glynne’s rise to stardom began after featuring on Clean Bandit’s Rather Be single. With her powerful vocals and poignant lyrics, the singer has gone on to release incredible hits such as Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself, Real Love, Hold My Hand and Right Here.
Jess Glynne’s music manages to flit seamlessly between genres with inspiration from pop, soul and R&B. It is with this that she has created a distinctive sound, which has seen her enjoy five No.1 singles in the UK and a chart-topping album.