- 22 May 23
'Tattoo' is currently at No.3 on the Official Irish Singles Charts.
Eurovision 2023 winner Loreen has announced a European tour starting in November, which includes three dates in the UK & Ireland.
The Swedish singer-songwriter (full name Lorine Zineb Nora Talhaoui), who won the competition for the second time earlier this month with dance smash ‘Tattoo’, is set to play Opium in Dublin on November 7th.
After completing the UK leg of her tour (Glasgow and London), Loreen will visit the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
In a press release, Loreen shared: “I’m so thrilled to finally go on a European tour and to invite you all into my universe. The ‘Tattoo’ tour will be the first European tour I’ve done in a while and I’m beyond excited to be back on stage and meet everyone that has supported me through this journey.
“The connections I’ve made these years mean the world to me & to finally be able to meet you all again is a dream come true.”
Loreen Tattoo Tour:
Loreen became the first woman and the second person ever to win Eurovision twice. She won back in 2012 with the song ‘Euphoria’ and this year with ‘Tattoo’.
She also responded to her “surreal” historic win last week, sharing: “This feels amazing. I’m started to melt! It was surreal in the beginning I’m like ‘what just happened?!’ …It’s sinking in, it’s so beautiful and I’m so thankful.”
‘Tattoo’ debuted at No.1 on the Big Top 40 chart and No.2 on the Official Singles Chart behind Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s ‘Miracle’ last week. She's sitting at No.3 over on the Irish charts, behind Jazzy's 'Giving Me'.
The pop star now shares the highest UK chart position for a non-UK Eurovision entry alongside Irish legend Johnny Logan and his winning track ‘Hold Me Now’ back in 1987.
Tickets for the tour are available for exclusive artists presale on Wednesday May 24 via seated.com. Tickets go on general sale at 10am local time on May 26th.
7 – Dublin, Ireland – Opium Rooms
8 – Glasgow, UK – St Luke’s
10 – London, UK – Electric Brixton
12 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
14 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
15 – Berlin, Germany – Metropol
16 – Warsaw, Poland – Stodola
17 – Hamburg, Germany – Docks
19 – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller Music Hall
20 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus
26 – Helsinki, Finland – Vanha
27 – Tampere, Finland – Pakkahuone Hall
29 – Tallinn, Estonia – Noblessner Foundry
30 – Riga, Latvia – Palladium
1 – Kaunas, Lithuania – Kauno Arena