Sam Smith tour 2018: all the dates, venues and more
Staff writer - February 22, 2018

Sam Smith tour 2018: all the dates, venues and more

UPDATE: Support acts for Sam Smith 2018 tour revealed
Sam Smith live on stage

After two number one albums and five number one singles, the world was begging for Sam Smith to announce a tour - and it’s happening in 2018!

NEW: Support acts for Sam Smith UK tour revealed

The ‘Too Good at Goodbyes’ singer is set to play venues across the UK including London, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Sam Smith tour 2018, including dates, cities, who will be supporting and setlists.

Sam Smith UK and Ireland tour dates, cities and setlist

 

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Sam Smith tickets have been selling very well, with the ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ singer outperforming even former One Direction member Harry Styles.

Here's the complete list of dates for the Sam Smith tour 2018 (UK and Ireland dates):

  • Sheffield - FlyDSA Arena (UK), March 20
  • Newcastle - Metro Radio Arena (UK), March 21
  • Glasgow - SSE Hydro Arena (UK), March 23
  • Glasgow - SSE Hydro Arena (UK), March 24
  • Manchester Arena (UK), March 27
  • Manchester Arena (UK), March 28
  • Dublin - 3Arena (Ireland), March 30
  • Dublin - 3Arena (Ireland), March 31  
  • Birmingham - Genting Arena (UK), April 3
  • Birmingham - Genting Arena (UK), April 4
  • London - The O2 Arena (UK), April 6
  • London - The O2 Arena (UK), April 7 
  • London - The O2 Arena (UK), April 9
  • London - The O2 Arena (UK), April 10

Want tickets to see Sam Smith in concert? You might like to know there's plenty more British talent taking to the stage this year, such as James Arthur and Dua Lipa.

Sam Smith has extended his tour to include Australia and New Zealand dates. The Grammy-winning singer - who will perform at the Sydney Opera House in January - will return to play five more dates in the region in November including Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth. 

The tour is in support of Sam Smith’s new album ‘The Thrill of it All’, so the setlist for his UK performances is likely to include tracks from the number one record.

Here’s an average setlist of Sam Smith’s 2017 performances, which should give you an idea of what to expect from the 2018 tour (although we’d guess it would also include hit singles ‘Money on My Mind’ and ‘Writing’s On The Wall’).

  1. Lay Me Down
  2. Midnight Train
  3. One Last Song
  4. I'm Not the Only One
  5. Like I Can
  6. Leave Your Lover
  7. Burning
  8. Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart (Alicia Keys cover)
  9. Latch (Disclosure cover)
  10. Too Good at Goodbyes
  11. Pray
  12. Stay With Me

Sam Smith support acts

The support acts for Sam Smith's UK tour have been revealed!

Bruno Major will open for Sam Smith at the majority of his UK concerts, with the exception of his last two dates at The O2 in London.

Scotland's Lewis Capaldi announced he'll be opening for Smith at his last two London dates before joining him on the road in Europe.

Capaldi said, "I can't get my head around this... My hometown has a population of 20,000 people and I'll be playing to nearly that many people a night all over Europe!

"Thank you Sam Smith. Have no words for this."

Sam Smith new album ‘ The Thrill Of It All’

The UK singer’s second studio album scored him another number one after debut LP ‘In The Lonely Hour’ hit the top spot in 2014.

According to Smith himself in a documentary for Apple Music ‘Sam Smith: On the Record’, the new album differs from his first effort in that it reveals more about his private life.

He says in the trailer, "I wasn't trying to make a big pop record when I made this album. I was actually just trying to make something personal and like a diary."

The first single to be released from the album was ‘Too Good At Goodbyes’, which topped the UK charts in September.

One Last Song’ came as the album’s second single. Smith opted not to release the track with a music video, which dropped on the same day as the album itself. Smith went on to release two further promotional singles ‘Pray’...

and ‘Burning’.

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Stay tuned to LineUp for the latest on Sam Smith’s tour 2018 and new music.

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