Grantham-born breakthrough artist Holly Humberstone has announced her biggest UK tour yet.
The trek, which is due to start on November 22 at the O2 Academy in Bristol, follows his recent support tour with global pop phenomenon Olivia Rodrigo and Girl In Red across the United States.
During the run, Humberstone will make stops at Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle and more, before signing on December 4 at Nottingham’s Rock City.
Before the winter run however, the rising star will perform at a number of festivals including Glastonbury, Primavera, Way Out West and Sziget Festival. She will also play her biggest sold-out show at the O2 Forum Kentish Town tonight, June 6.
Last month, Humberstone released the sparkling new single Sleep wellwritten with longtime collaborator Rob Milton and Matty Healy from the 1975s – the second collaboration with Matty, after Please don’t leave just yet (opens in a new tab) taken from her critically acclaimed second EP The walls are way too thin.
Tickets for the Holly Humberstone Tour go on sale June 10 at 9am BST.
June 6: London Kentish Town O2 Forum
June 09: Barcelona Primavera Sound
June 11: Germany Tempelhof Sounds
June 12: The Netherlands’ Best Kept Secret
June 17: Czech Republic Rock For People
June 18: Hurricane Festival in Germany
June 19: Germany Southside Festival
June 15: Pilton Glastonbury Festival
July 3: Gloucester Barn on the Farm
July 17: London Finsbury Park
July 21: Tokyo Shibuya Club Quattro
July 24: Splendor of Australia in the grass
July 27: Sydney Factory Theater
July 29: Melbourne The Corner Hotel
July 31: Auckland Diapason
August 12: Sweden in the West
August 13: Helsinki Flow Festival
August 15: Budapest Sziget Festival
August 27: Edinburgh Connect Festival
UK Winter Tour:
November 22: Bristol O2 Academy
November 23: Leeds O2 Academy
November 24: Liverpool O2 Academy 1
November 26: O2 Institute Birmingham
November 27: Newcastle NX
November 29: SWG3 Galvanizers
November 30: Manchester Academy 1
01 December: Brixton O2 Academy
December 3: UEA The LCR
December 4: Nottingham Rock City