Joesef has announced his debut album and UK and European tour. (Hurry)
Joesef has announced a UK and European tour for 2023 and tickets will go on sale soon.
The singer will headline his biggest shows yet next spring, including a show at the London Roundhouse.
It will start on March 10 in Belfast and head to Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Berlin, Barcelona and end in Madrid on April 26.
Fans can get their hands on tickets starting at 10 a.m. on September 22 through Ticketmaster.
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The tour will be in support of his upcoming debut album, Permanent damage which will be released on January 13.
Announcing the release on Instagram, the singer said, “I count my life in albums and I’ve never been so proud of anything I’ve done before.”
He adds that the album “is about fighting in the street on the way home, kissing in the taxi, having nothing to say in the morning. holding grief in your hands and carrying it with you forever.
“There is a permanence in what we have lived together and it has affected the way I behave and the way I see the world. It’s about grieving a version of myself that I don’t think I can ever get back,” Joesef said.
The album will include the recently released singles “Joe”, “East End Coast” and “It’s Been a Little Heavy Lately”.
The music video for single “Joe” depicts a strange relationship, with the singer explaining, “a song I wrote about hating myself that completely turned into something else”.
You can find the full tour schedule and how to get pre-sale tickets below.
How to get tickets
They will go on general sale at 10 a.m. on September 22 via Ticketmaster.
Fans who pre-order his album, Permanent damage before 8am on September 20, you’ll get early access to tickets for UK and EU dates.
The presale will take place at 10:00 a.m. on September 21 and you will receive information on how to access it by email.
Joesef UK and European Tour Dates 2023
- March 10 – Belfast, The Empire Music Hall – tickets
- March 11 – Dublin, Whelan’s – tickets
- March 13 – Liverpool, O2 Academy 2 – tickets
- March 14 – Bristol, The Trinity Center – tickets
- March 15 – Manchester, Academy 2 – tickets
- March 17 – Leeds, University Stylus – tickets
- March 18 – Birmingham, O2 Academy 2 – tickets
- March 19 – London, Roundhouse – tickets
- March 23 – Edinburgh, Queens Hall – tickets
- March 24 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom – tickets
- April 12 – Paris, Le Trabendo
- April 13 – Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord
- April 14 – Brussels, Grand Salon Botanique
- April 16 – Hamburg, Kent Club
- April 18 – Berlin, Lido
- April 19 – Munich, Strom
- April 21 – Zurich, Exile Club
- April 23 – Cologne, Luxor
- April 25 – Barcelona, Sala
- April 26 – Madrid, Sala El Sol