Tom Odell announces biggest headline show yet at Alexandra Palace

British singer-songwriter Tom Odell is gearing up for the biggest show of his career at Alexandra Palace Park, following his sold-out UK and European tour.

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In what’s shaping up to be a career-defining moment, singer-songwriter Tom Odell is set to take the stage at Alexandra Palace Park on 19th July next year, marking it as the most significant headline show of his career to date.

The grand event is part of a summer lineup that includes performances in Halifax on 30th June, Dublin on 1st July, and Limerick on 2nd July.

Fans, mark your calendars – tickets go on sale this Friday, 24th November at 9am GMT. Bag them here.

These new dates add an exciting chapter to Odell’s already impressive tour schedule for 2024, encompassing venues across the UK and Europe. The tour, his biggest so far, has seen overwhelming demand, with sold-out shows, including a double bill at London’s Roundhouse. Due to the immense interest, additional shows and venue upgrades have been announced, like the added show in Rotterdam and upgraded venues in Frankfurt, Berlin, and Zurich.


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Odell’s upcoming album Black Friday, set for release on 26th January, is already creating a buzz. Fans can pre-order the album here, which promises a hypnotic blend of organically constructed songs, showcasing Odell’s new sense of freedom and creative control. It’s an album expected to resonate deeply with long-time fans and attract new listeners with its authentic and intimate sound.

Odell’s career has been nothing short of impressive, with five immersive albums under his belt, earning him a spot among the most streamed British artists worldwide. His hit track ‘Another Love’ went viral in 2022, amassing over two billion streams and becoming a poignant anthem in protest videos against the war in Ukraine.

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Upcoming album Black Friday and the Alexandra Palace Park show symbolise a pivotal moment in Odell’s career – a testament to his resilience and artistic evolution. As he prepares to captivate over 100,000 fans with his heartfelt performances, it’s clear that Tom Odell’s journey is far from over.

Don’t miss the opportunity to witness Tom Odell’s musical evolution live. Check out the full list of his 2024 UK & EU tour dates below, and stay tuned for the newest additions to his exciting journey.

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Tom Odell’s forthcoming album, Black Friday

UK & EU Tour Dates – 2024

11 March – Glasgow, UK – o2 Academy Glasgow SOLD OUT
12 March – Manchester, UK – o2 Apollo Manchester SOLD OUT
13 March – Wolverhampton, UK – Civic Hall
15 March – London, UK – Roundhouse SOLD OUT
16 March – London, UK – Roundhouse SOLD OUT
17 March – Rotterdam, Netherlands – RTM Stage Rotterdam Ahoy SOLD OUT
19 March – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
20 March – Antwerp, Belgium – De Roma SOLD OUT
21 March – Brussels, Belgium – AB SOLD OUT
23 March – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS SOLD OUT
24 March – Cologne, Germany – Palladium SOLD OUT
25 March – Munich, Germany – Zenith SOLD OUT
27 March – Warsaw, Poland – Torwar
28 March – Prague, Czech Republic – Forum Karlin
30 March – Hamburg, Germany – Sporthalle Hamburg SOLD OUT
31 March – Berlin, Germany – Velodrome UPGRADED
1 April – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhale Messe UPGRADED
3 April – Vienna, Austria – Gasometer SOLD OUT
4 April – Milan, Italy – Alcatraz
6 April – Zurich, Switzerland – Halle 622 UPGRADED
7 April – Paris, France – Salle Pleyel SOLD OUT
9 April – Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz SOLD OUT
10 April – Madrid, Spain – La Riviera SOLD OUT


30 June – Halifax, United Kingdom – The Piece Hall
1 July – Dublin, Ireland – Trinity College
2 July – Limerick, Ireland – King John’s Castle
19 July – London, United Kingdom – Alexandra Palace Park

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