Tickets for Prince’s Roundhouse shows must be collected from the venue on the event date – full details to be emailed once purchased
Prince Roundhouse concerts
Updated: 3 June 2014
Prince returns to the capital to play two impromptu shows at London’s Roundhouse with his band 3rdEyeGirl during the same day.
The singer and guitarist has announced two shows that will take place on Wednesday 4 June 2014. The first performance is scheduled to take place at 5:30pm with second at 9:45pm.
The Prince Roundhouse concerts follow on from his UK arena tour last month, which saw Prince and 3rdEyeGirl perform in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds. The shows were part of his Hit and Run Part II tour.
Earlier in the year, Prince and 3rdEyeGirl visited the capital performing a series of spontaneous shows in London and Manchester.
Prince – Additional Manchester and Birmingham shows
Updated: 2 May 2014
Prince has extended his UK tour with two extra shows in Manchester and Birmingham. Prince and 3rdEyeGirl will now perform at Manchester’s Phones 4u Arena on 16 and 17 May 2014 and Birmingham’s LG Arena on 15 and 19 May 2014.
The Prince tour is the second instalment of his Hit and Run tour, which he first brought the UK in February. The Hit and Run Part II tour sees Prince perform arena shows in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds with his band, 3rdEyeGirl.
Find tour dates and Prince tickets below.
Prince Hit and Run Part II
Updated: 30 April 2014
Prince returns to the UK this May to play four huge arena shows with his band 3rdEyeGirl.
Prince will perform in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds during May. The Prince concerts will take place on 15 May at the LG Arena Birmingham, 16 May at Manchester Arena, 22 May at Glasgow’s The Hydro and 23 May at Leeds’ First Direct Arena.
It will be the first time that Prince has performed arena shows in the UK since his London residency at The O2 in 2007. It will also be the first time that Prince has performed in Leeds.
Prince caused excitement and frenzy when he visited the UK in February for his Hit and Run tour. He played several intimate shows with 3rdEyeGirl in both London and Manchester, which received rave reviews.
The Purple Rain star has enjoyed a career spanning over 30 years and throughout his time he’s worked as singer, musician, songwriter, producer, film director and actor.
Prince has released several hugely influential albums such as Sign “O” The Times, 1999, Lovesexy and The Gold Experience, amongst others. He has produced ten platinum albums and 30 Top 40 singles during his career, as well as winning two Grammy Awards for Purple Rain.
Prince UK tour 2014
Prince arrived in the UK in February 2014 with his band 3rdEyeGIrl for his Hit and Run tour. 3rdEyeGirl comprises Hannah ‘Ford’ Welton on drums, Ida Nielsen on Bass on Donna Grantis who plays guitar. Prince and 3rdEyeGirl are due to release their album Plectrum Electrum later this year.
The Prince tour, accordingly named Hit and Run, saw Prince perform several surprise and intimate shows in London and the UK. The tour kicked off with a small performance, mainly for press, in Lianne LaHavas’s living room.
He followed this up with several surprise, intimate gigs around London including shows at London’s King’s Palace, Shepherds Bush Empire and KOKO in Camden. The Prince tour dates in London were mainly announced on the day, which saw a high demand for Prince tickets.
Prince then headed north, following his appearance at the BRIT Awards 2014, for two shows in Manchester. Sadly, they were the last shows on his Hit and Run tour.
Prince has now revealed that he will return to the UK with 3rdEyeGirl for an arena tour in May. The Prince concerts, which go by the name of Hit and Run Part II, will take place in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds.
It will be the first time that Prince has played arenas in the UK since his London residency at The 02 during 2007.