3rd May 2022
Tickets from €39.00 incl. booking and facility fees
Doors 6:30 pm
Fresh from unveiling details about her second studio album titled ‘Therapy’, Anne-Marie is delighted to announce her upcoming UK & Ireland ‘Dysfunctional Tour’ that’ll take place in May 2022. Running over five dates, Anne-Marie will play shows in Dublin, Glasgow, Cardiff and Leeds before culminating at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley – her biggest UK headline show date. Pre-sale and general sale information is stated above.
Therapy, which will be released on July 23rd, is the official follow-up to Anne-Marie’s multi-platinum and four million-selling 2018 debut, Speak Your Mind [the UK’s biggest-selling debut release of that year]. An artist whose everywoman candour and knock-you-down vocal range has reverberated across the globe, the new album is a collection of songs that embody Anne-Marie’s characterful artistry, self-effacing attitude and beautiful honesty; attributes that have not only catapulted the Essex-born to platinum status in the UK to the USA and everywhere in-between, but ones that have seen her reign supreme as a fearless Gen Z role model.
Alongside the album news, Anne-Marie and Niall Horan dropped their nostalgia-infused new track ‘Our Song’ on Friday, which is already enjoying rotation on Radio’s 1 B List and Capital’s A List. Adding to this, Anne-Marie now joins Justin Bieber as the only act to have three songs playlisted on Capital’s A List, at any one time, with ‘Our Song’, ‘Don’t Play’ and ‘Way Too Long’.
Anne-Marie’s rise to stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. A former 3 x world karate champion and West End child star turned multi-platinum-selling artist, Anne-Marie has gone onto become one of the world’s most-loved and successful pop stars of our times.
Following a string of chart-busting singles over her career to date – from her Ed Sheeran co-write and UK Top 3 ‘2002’ to this year’s garage-infused juggernaut ‘Don’t Play’ – Anne-Marie is an artist who wins with her playful commentary, idiosyncratic storytelling, magnetic vocals and infectious personality.
Making her prime time debut as a new, and winning, judge on talent show The Voice earlier this year, Anne-Marie is now on the cusp of releasing her much-anticipated second studio album, ‘Therapy’. A title that holds an extremely important message to the Mind Charity ambassador, Anne-Marie has continually campaigned for the conversation surrounding mental health be that on her own platforms, in her poignant YouTube documentary titled ‘How to be Anne-Marie’ or as part of ITV’s Britain Get Talking campaign in 2021, which she currently fronts.
An artist who boasts more than eight million Instagram followers and 22 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Anne-Marie has become a BRITs Critics Choice finalist; Nordoff Robbins ‘Best Newcomer’ winner; 9 x BRIT Award nominee; an official ambassador of The Princes Trust; Stylist Magazine ‘Artist of the Year’; Royal Academy of the Arts committee member and more.