- 21 Nov 19
Three-time GRAMMY Award-nominated, multi-platinum and chart-topping singer-songwriter Camila Cabello has announced she is taking The Romance Tour to Europe, beginning May 2020, with a stop at Dublin's 3Arena on 8 June.
Camila Cabello announced this morning that she's taking her tour to Europe next summer and will be gracing the stage at Dublin's 3Arena on 8 June 2020. The Grammy-nominated singer is set to release her sophomore album, Romance on 6 December.
Cabello released her debut solo album, Camila in January 2018 to rave reviews after four years as a member of Fifth Harmony. The album launched at #1 on 110 iTunes charts around the world, breaking the record for most #1 positions for a debut album in iTunes history. She also became the #1 artist on global Spotify.
At the end of 2018, Camila was nominated for two Grammy awards, “Best Pop Vocal Album” for her album, CAMILA, and “Best Pop Solo Performance” for 'Havana' (Live).
'Havana' became the most streamed song of all time by a female artist and was the No. 1 song of 2018 globally.
Camila released the global smash single “Señorita,” with Shawn Mendes in June 2019, which debuted at #1 on iTunes worldwide and broke Spotify’s record for the biggest debut from a male/female duet in its history, it is currently the most streamed song of any song released on Spotify this year globally and it was the song of the summer in Ireland.
In November 2018, Camila was named the new ambassador for Save the Children. She is also set to make her acting debut starring in Sony Pictures’ Cinderella, to be released in 2021.
Tickets from €49.50 go on sale here next Friday, 29 November at 9AM.
Fans can pre-order Cabello's upcoming album Romance, here out December 6th via SYCO/Epic Records.
Camila Cabello European Tour | 2020
26th May – Oslo, Spektrum – Norway
28th May – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – Denmark
30th May – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena – Germany
1st June – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena - UK
2nd June – Leeds, First Direct Arena - UK
4th June – Manchester, Manchester Arena - UK
8th June – Dublin, 3Arena – Ireland
9th June – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro – UK
11th June – London, The O2 – UK
14th June – Antwerp, Sportpaleis – Belgium
15th June – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – Holland
17th June – Paris, Accorhotels Arena – France
18th June – Cologne, Laxness Arena – Germany
23rd June – Zurich, Hallenstadion – Switzerland
24th June – Milan, Forum – Italy
30th June – Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi – Spain
1st July – Madrid, Wizink Center – Spain