NEW DATES MARCH/APRIL 2023
Following the release of her widely acclaimed fourth studio album, ‘Young Heart’, today – 4th March – the magnificent, ethereal, and soul-restoring Birdy announces her much anticipated rescheduled live tour dates. Originally planned to take place in late Spring 2022, the COVID-19 restriction within Europe unfortunately forced Birdy to push back her tour. But now – with the pandemic beginning to appear in our rear-view mirror – Birdy returns, better than ever and super excited to be able to reconnect in person with her fans!
Having played a sold-out show at the O2 Kentish Town Forum in London in November 2021, the new tour is set to take place between March/April 2023 where fans will be able to show their continued support and reunite with the sublime, artistic prowess of one of the most refined singer-songwriters currently on the scene.
As part of the tour, Birdy will play what is set to be a spectacular show at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmithin London on 23rd April 2023.
All original tickets remain valid for the new dates, and further tickets are on-sale now and available to purchase HERE.
Please see below for full tour details:
26th March, Cologne, Carlswerk Victoria
27th March, Hamburg, Fabrik
28th March, Berlin, Tempodrom
30th March, Wiesbaden, Schlachtof
31st March, Luxembourg, Den Atelier
1st April, Stuttgart, Wagenhallen
3rd April, Munich, Neu Theaterfabrik
4th April, Vienna, Gasometer
5th April, Zurich, Volkhaus
6th April, Lausanne, Les Docks
10th April, Brussels, Cirque Royal
11th April, Amsterdam, Royal Theatre Carré
12th April, Rotterdam, Theatre Rotterdam
14th April, Paris, Le Trianon
17th April, Madrid, La Riviera
18th April, Barcelona, Razzmatazz
20th April, Milan, Fabrique
23rd April, London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
This rescheduled headline tour follows the release of Birdy’s UK Top 5 album ‘Young Heart’ and features singles like the rousing piano ballad ‘Second Hand News’, ‘Deepest Lonely’, and the enchanting first single ‘Surrender’.
Speaking of ‘Young Heart’, Birdy says: “I’m so proud of this album, my last record was a lot more theatrical – there was a lot going on, it was a big production. Whereas this is quite stripped back – anything that didn’t need to be there, isn’t. There’s no decoration. This album just feels very personal – I’ve grown up a lot over the past five years and have experienced new things that have shaped my understanding of the world, but also of who I am as an artist. This album means a lot to me – I want to protect it.”