Tom Grennan will be coming to Hull later this year as part of a new UK tour announced today.
He’ll be performing at the Bonus Arena in Hull on 29 September 2021. Tickets go on general sale on this Friday, 5 March, priced £21 each (+ booking fees) from Ticketmaster.
The tour will include Tom’s biggest ever UK headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace – a landmark gig at the iconic 10,000 capacity venue.
The news follows Tom’s performance on The Graham Norton Show with Grimsby’s own Ella Henderson for their new single ‘Let’s Go Home Together’ which is currently climbing the UK Charts.
The track is a new addition to Tom’s highly anticipated second album, ‘Evering Road’, due for release 12 March via Insanity Records.
Earlier this month saw Tom’s virtual interactive gig receive overwhelming demand as he debuted new music from ‘Evering Road’, with 27,000 fans rushing to join the live stream.
Through the lockdown, Tom has continued to use his platform and voice to give back to his community, promoting positive mental health through acts of kindness. Recently announced as UK face of Tommy Hilfiger’s ‘Moving Forward Together’campaign, Tom’s lent support volunteering with Bedford Foodbank, launching a virtual support group for fans on social media, and running 100K for War Child’s ‘Peace Band’ to raise awareness for children living in conflict.
‘Evering Road’ marks the anticipated follow up to ‘Lighting Matches’, Tom’s breakthrough album that cemented him as one of the UK’s most vital and exciting new artists, and one of the Top Ten best-selling debuts of 2018.
A Top Five UK Gold-certified record, ‘Lighting Matches’ has amassed over a quarter of a billion streams, seen sold out headline shows at The Royal Albert Hall, O2 Academy Brixton and won over thousands of fans at festivals including Reading & Leeds, Isle Of Wight, TRNSMT, Latitude and a host of other events.
Tickets for this standing and seated gig go on general sale on Friday, 5 March, priced £21 each (booking fees apply) from Ticketmaster.
Over 14s only in the standing area. Under 14s can sit as long as they are accompanied by an adult.