News & Features 05 Feb, 2024

Gabrielle Announces 2025 UK Arena Tour

Gabrielle Announces 2025 UK Arena Tour

After selling-out all 32 nights during last year’s ‘30 Years of Dreaming’ tour, Gabrielle now announces an even bigger run of shows for 2025. Her biggest ever UK tour will come to a selection of the nation’s biggest arenas including The O2 in London. Gabrielle will also be joined by very special guest Tunde of Lighthouse Family on all dates.

Tickets go on general sale from 9am on Friday, February 9th HERE


APRIL 2025

2nd- Glasgow, SEC Armadillo

4th - Newcastle, O2 City Hall

5th - Birmingham, Resorts World Arena

8th - Hull, Connexin Live

9th - Sheffield, City Hall

11th - Cardiff, Utilita Arena

12th - Manchester, AO Arena

15th - Brighton, Centre

18th - London, The O2

19th - Bournemouth, International Centre


Gabrielle says, "I had such a great time on the '30 Years of Dreaming' tour that I can't wait to do it all again on some even bigger stages including The O2. With some new songs mixed with the old favourites, I’m also very excited to have Tunde of Lighthouse Family joining me on the road. It’s going to be amazing, hope to see you there!"

The news comes as her current single ‘A Place In Your Heart’ is becoming a major airplay hit. The  booty-shaking rock ‘n’ soul anthem was premiered on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 show before being highlighted as the station’s Record of the Week and is now on their B-list.

The single is the title track from Gabrielle’s eagerly anticipated new album, which follows on May 10th. The album captures everything that fans adore: Gabrielle’s unique soulful voice, full of emotion, vulnerability and yearning with  song writing that’s equal parts warming, classic and timeless. After decades at the top of her game Gabrielle is more relevant than ever.

Continuing her partnership with producer and co-writer Ian Barter (Paloma Faith, Amy Winehouse), the album also features a very special guest on ‘Good Enough’ in the shape of Mahalia, who has just been nominated for Best New Artist and Best R&B Act at the BRIT Awards.