Tom Grennan schedules his biggest tour yet for March 2023

Tom Grennan is seeing bigger and bigger. For the biggest tour he’s undertaken yet, he has planned several arena dates and Alex has all the info you need to know before booking your ticket.

By Alexandra Reymond  - Updated  

Tom Grennan schedules his biggest tour yet for March 2023

Tom Grennan: What Ifs And Maybes tour on for next year

The tour will run throughout March 2023, with 10 dates scheduled for now, and maybe more too come if Grennan’s fans happen to be a little too greedy about the tour tickets. The Bedford-born singer-songwriter will kick off the stint at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on March 10, following up at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on the next day (March 11).

Next stops in line, Leeds’ First Direct Arena (March 12), Newcastle O2 City Hall (March 14) and Glasgow’s OVO Hydro (March 15). Tom Grennan will then head over to Nottingham for another Motorpoint Arena show on March 17, before headlining Manchester’s AO Arena on March 18.

Last dates in the What Ifs And Maybes tour, Brighton and Plymouth on March 19 and 21, before the wrap up concert at The O2 in London on March 23. All the tickets are going on sale on October 7. You still have time to get your tickets sorted, no worries. If you want to make all that quick and very easy, ask Alex. Sign up and let us handle your booking, we’ll send your tickets to you once we’ve secured them!

Tom Grennan: a new album coming, but when?

Tom Grennan hinted a new album for 2023 on his Twitter account. Yet, he didn’t disclose the precise date. The album will surely arrive before his tour kicks off, but the news leaves the fans hanging until the beginning of next year.

The new record is called What Ifs And Maybes, this much we know. It is Grennan’s third studio album and follows up to 2021’s acclaimed Evering Road. The album has been previewed by several singles, including ‘All These Nights’, whose music video you can watch below.

All the details for Tom Grennan’s 2023 UK dates

Dates and Places

March 2023
10 – BIRMINGHAM Utilita Arena
11 – CARDIFF International Arena
12 – LEEDS First Direct Arena
14 – NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall
15 – GLASGOW OVO Hydro
17 – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena
18 – MANCHESTER AO Arena
19 – BRIGHTON Centre
21 – PLYMOUTH Pavilions
23 – LONDON O2 Arena

Prices and Categories

Cardiff
Standing: £38.65
Nottingham
Seats / Standing: £38.34
Brighton
Seats / Standing: £36.90
Plymouth
Standing: £38.40
London
Seats: £25.80 / £43.10 / £48.85
Standing: £45.95
Other dates
Incoming

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