Today, acclaimed singer-songwriter Tom Odell has announced details of his forthcoming 2024 UK & EU tour that kicks off in March 2024. This will be Tom’s biggest UK & EU tour of Tom’s career to date, and follows last week’s announcement of his highly-anticipated new album, Black Friday, set for release on January 26 via UROK. The album is available to pre-order here.
The tour kicks off in Glasgow before journeying through Manchester and Wolverhampton, culminating the UK leg in London with two nights at the Roundhouse. Following the UK shows, Tom will travel across European cities including Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and many more. Support will come from Sofia Isella in the UK and Wasia Project in Europe. For a full list of dates and venues, please see below.
Tickets will be on general sale on 27 October at 10AM BST. Fans who pre-order Tom’s forthcoming new album Black Friday from his officialstore before 24 October at 6PM BST will gain access to the exclusive pre-sale on 25 October at 10AM BST.
UK & EU Tour Dates – 2024
11 March – Glasgow, UK – o2 Academy Glasgow
12 March – Manchester, UK – o2 Apollo Manchester
13 March – Wolverhampton, UK – Civic Hall
15 March – London, UK – Roundhouse
16 March – London, UK – Roundhouse
19 March – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
20 March – Antwerp, Belgium – De Roma
21 March – Brussels, Belgium – AB
23 March – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS
24 March – Cologne, Germany – Palladium
25 March – Munich, Germany – Zenith
27 March – Warsaw, Poland – Torwar
28 March – Prague, Czech Republic – Forum Karlin
30 March – Hamburg, Germany – Sporthalle Hamburg
31 March – Berlin, Germany – Verti Music Hall
1 April – Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle
3 April – Vienna, Austria – Gasometer
4 April – Milan, Italy – Alcatraz
6 April – Zurich, Switzerland – Halle 622
7 April – Paris, France – Salle Pleyel
9 April – Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz
10 April – Madrid, Spain – La Riviera
Winner of both the prestigious BRIT and Ivor Novello Awards, Tom Odell has enjoyed a decade-long impressive career, with five immersive albums that have earned him 28 million monthly listeners on Spotify, 4 billion career streams, and a social reach of 8 million across platforms.
Forthcoming new album Black Friday sees Tom Odell entering a rich new musical chapter in his notable journey as a singer, songwriter, musician and producer. Armed with a newfound sense of freedom and creative control, it is a hypnotic kaleidoscope of organically constructed songs, recorded simply with Tom in his studio, guitar in lap, singing and recording the songs in the same manner they were written, with pure authenticity. The delicate drums and bass, along with beautiful string arrangements round out the intimacy and longing that permeate throughout. Black Friday will be a welcome return for long-standing devotees, while also winning over new legions of fans.
Tom has shared two snippets of the new record so far, with ‘SomebodyElse’ that came alongside the album announcement last week, and his latest single, the title track of the new album, ‘BlackFriday’. The single, ‘Black Friday’, was released last month and was one of the highest new entries of late in the UK chart, propelling Tom into the top 100 most streamed artists in the world, with 2 million streams in its first day alone, and 20 million streams to date. A haunting and undeniably relatable ballad, ‘Black Friday’ is resonating in a major way, generating fan content on TikTok and 150 million views on the platform. The visceral connection audiences are having with the song is palpable as evidenced in thisvideo of Odell performing the song in concert before its release. Tom gave a raw performance of the song on Late Night With Seth Meyers last week – his return visit to the show where he has performed multiple times. Watch it here.
Tom’s hit track ‘Another Love’ also struck viral gold in 2022, resulting in over 4M creates on TikTok, over two billion streams, and placement on the Top 10 in the UK’s Official Chart and the U.S. Hot AC Chart. The song also became an anthem in protest videos against the war in Ukraine.