Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on live concerts, Stormzy HITH UK tour has been rescheduled.
The touring news comes off the back of a phenomenal few weeks for 26-year-old Stormzy.
Kicking-off the month announcing his hugely-anticipated album Heavy Is The Head, last week the musician also announced his new single Own It featuring musical heavyweights Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy which is on course to become Stormzy’s seventh top 10 single in the Official UK Charts.
Stormzy’s latest album Heavy Is The Head marks a return for the multi award-winning phenomenon and is a record which has been executively produced by the musician showcasing his world class lyricism and musicality alongside many of his celebrated and relatable subject matters.
The album announcement follows on from Stormzy being hailed as one of TIME Magazine’s 10 ‘Next Generation Leaders’ which coincided with him being the only leader honoured with a cover for the special issue.
Before Stormzy released his platinum-selling #1 debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer in February 2017, many would merely have called him one of the most promising rappers on the UK scene.Nearly three years on however, that description is utterly inadequate. A showman like no other, his remarkable ascent has been accompanied by his honest and relatable character.
Known for evolving the underground musical landscape, as well as being a political agitator, Stormzy has become one of the UK’s most inspiring cultural figures.
Tour dates for 2021April 2 and 3 – Arena, DublinApril 5 – SSE Hydro, GlasgowApril 7 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle Upon TyneApril 8 – First Direct Arena, LeedsApril 9 – Motorpoint Arena, NottinghamApril 12 – O2 Arena, LondonApril 13 – O2 Arena, LondonApril 14 – O2 Arena, LondonApril 16 – Bournemouth International Centre, BournemouthApril 17 – Utilita Arena, BirminghamApril 18 – Manchester Arena, ManchesterApril 20 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Tickets from individual venues.