- 23 Sep 22
For early access to tickets, fans can pre-save The Loneliest Time until 27th September to be granted access to the presale.
Carly Rae Jepsen just announced that she will be performing at the 3Olympia Theatre in Dublin on February 5 2023 as part of the 'So Nice' tour, alongside French singer Lewis Ofman.
The tour will take place around the US, UK and Ireland in support of her upcoming album The Loneliest Time, which is set to release on October 21 of this year.
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With Dublin as the first stop of the European leg of the tour, Jepsen will continue to perform at venues in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Brighton before completing her journey at Alexandra Palace in London.
The Loneliest Time will be the Canadian pop star's sixth studio album, following in the footsteps of Dedicated in 2019 and Dedicated's Side B in 2020. Jepsen has been teasing fans for the album with the release of singles 'Talking to Yourself', 'Beach House' and 'Western Wind'.
"I'm quite fascinated by loneliness," Jepsen says of the album on her social media. "It can be really beautiful when you turn it over and look at it. Just like love, it can cause some extreme human emotions."
Besides Jepsen's biggest hits, including the forever-iconic 'Call Me Maybe', 'Run Away With Me' and 'Cut to the Feeling', fans can get excited to hear favourites from her past projects including her 2015 hit album Emotion, with tracks such as 'I Really Like You' and 'Your Type'.
The singer-songwriter has recently kicked off the US leg of the tour, having just performed in Cleveland, Ohio. Jepsen will continue her performances throughout Canada and the US until the end of the year.
Tickets will be on sale from €37 on Friday, September 30th at 10 am via Ticketmaster. Pre-save The Loneliest Time here.
UK & Ireland Tour Dates:
5 February – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
7 February – Leeds, O2 Academy
8 February – Glasgow, O2 Academy
9 February – Manchester – O2 Apollo
11 February – Birmingham, O2 Institute
12 February – Bristol, O2 Academy
13 February – Brighton, Dome Concert Hall
15 February – London, Alexandra Palace