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Leona Lewis has announced a headline tour for Christmas 2022 – and tickets go on sale soon.
The tour will see the singer perform tracks from her festive album alongside her greatest hits.
Fans can get Leona Lewis tickets from 3 December via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.
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The tour is stopping off in Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham, with a show lined up for the Eventim Apollo in London.
It’ll be in support of her album Christmas, With Love Always, which has been re-released this year.
The latest version of the 2013 album features new tracks, “Kiss Me It’s Christmas” with Ne-Yo and “If I Can’t Have You”.
It’s perhaps best known for including the lead single “One More Sleep”, which has become a festive staple during Christmas.
The track has featured in the top 10 most streamed Christmas songs every year alongside the likes of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You”.
Talking about the tour she says: “After such a challenging year I can’t wait to celebrate with my fans and experience that feeling of togetherness again. It really is a dream come true to be able to create this special night.”
She tweeted: “I can’t believe I’m actually saying this, I’ve dreamt of this tour for so long. The pre-sale is officially live, let me know who’s coming. I can’t wait to see you and sing along with you all!”
Fans can also expect to hear the singer’s greatest hits on the tour from “Bleeding Love” to “Run” and “Happy” to “Collide”.
You can find out the full tour dates, ticket prices and more below.
When do Leona Lewis tickets go on sale?
Fans can get tickets in the general sale from 9:30am on 3 December via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.
They’re priced at £35.35 / £52 / £73.65 / £112.45 / £192 plus fees.
What are the tour dates?
30 November – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
1 December – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
3 December – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
4 December – Bournemouth, International Centre
6 December – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
7 December – London, Eventim Apollo
9 December – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
10 December – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
12 December – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
14 December – Sheffield, City Hall
15 December – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
17 December – Brighton, Centre