- 08 Apr 19
Multi-platinum-selling artist Khalid has today announced Dublin and Belfast dates as part of his headline Khalid Free Spirit World Tour. He will hit Dublin’s 3Arena on 24 September followed by Belfast's SSE Arena on 25 September.
The news follows the release of his new album Free Spirit, out now.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 12 April at 10am. VIP packages will also be available from Khalid’s website, khalidofficial.com.
At just 21 years old, Khalid has been nominated for five Grammy Awards and has earned wins and nods at the VMAs, iHeartRadio Music Awards, BET Awards and Billboard Music Awards, among others. Since releasing his debut single ‘Location’ in 2016, a quadruple platinum hit, Khalid’s success has only soared, making him one of the globe’s most in-demand artists.
Recently, Khalid has collaborated with the likes of Billie Eilish, Logic and Halsey, and his tracks have broken through into the world of film and TV. Khalid’s top-ten duet with Normani, ‘Love Lies,’ was originally released for the film Love, Simon, and his collaboration with Swae Lee, ‘The Ways,’ can be heard in Marvel’s Black Panther.
This fall, Khalid will begin his European tour in Germany on 9 September. Tour dates are listed below.
Watch the music video for Khalid’s latest single ‘Talk’ from Free Spirit here.
Khalid Free Spirit World Tour 2019 European Dates:
Monday 9 September – Hamburg, Germany, Barclaycard Arena
Wednesday 11 September – Stockholm, Sweden, Hovet
Friday 13 September – Oslo, Norway, Spektrum
Saturday 14 September – Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena
Tuesday 17 September – London, UK, O2 Arena
Friday 20 September – Glasgow, UK, SSE Hydro
Saturday 21 September – Birmingham, UK, Genting Arena
Sunday 22 September – Leeds, UK, First Direct Arena
Tuesday 24 September – Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
Wednesday 25 September – Belfast, Northern Ireland, The SSE Arena
Saturday 28 September – Frankfurt, Germany, Jahrhunderthalle
Sunday 29 September – Antwerp, Belgium, Lotto Arena
Tuesday 1 October – Amsterdam, Holland, Ziggo Dome
Wednesday 2 October – Oberhausen, Germany, Kopi Arena
Saturday 7 – Monday 9 September – Berlin, Germany Lollapalooza
Friday 4 October – Paris, France, Olympia
Sunday 6 October – Luxembourg, Rockhal
Tuesday 8 October – Zurich, Switzerland, Samsung Hall
Wednesday 9 October – Munich, Germany, Zenith