Usher adds seventh London date to Past Present Future tour | Entertainment

Usher has extended his European tour dates to include “seven epic nights in London”.

The 30th anniversary run, ‘Past Present Future’, will kick off with two consecutive concerts at The O2 on April 1 and April 2, before he returns to the venue a few days later, on April 5, 6, 8, 9, and now an additional show has been added on April 11, due to phenomenal demand.

The ‘Yeah!’ hitmaker will then cross the Channel to play Paris’ Accor Arena on April 15 and April 16, the latter date has also just been added.

He will then head to Amsterdam for a mini residency at the Ziggo Dome, where a new date was added to the end of his stint at the venue between April 22 and 26.

The North American leg also sold-out swiftly, leading to more dates being added due to phenomenal demand.


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Usher – who just headlined the Super Bowl VIII Halftime Show and released his latest album, ‘Coming Home, earlier this month – said: “It’s been a minute, Europe! I’m as hyped as you are to be back. The love for these shows has been incredible, and I’m truly blessed and thankful for each and every one of you. Seven epic nights in London, four in Amsterdam, two in Paris and Berlin and counting… get ready for an A-TOWN takeover!”

Presales for newly announced shows will run from Wednesday 28 February, 10am local.

Mastercard cardholders have special access to presale starting on Wednesday 28 February, 12pm local. Visit www.priceless.com/music to find out more.

Venue Presale from Thursday 29 February, 10am local.

General on sale from Monday 4 March, 10am local, visit UsherWorld.com, for the full tour dates.

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