List of Dua Lipa concert tours

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This is a list of the concert tours undertaken by English singer Dua Lipa.

2016 UK Tour (2016)Edit

2016 UK Tour
Tour by Dua Lipa
 
Associated albumDua Lipa
Start date16 January 2016 (2016-01-16)
End date2 February 2016 (2016-02-02)
Legs1
No. of shows7

During early 2016, Dua Lipa toured the UK.

Tour datesEdit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[1][2]
Date City Country Venue
16 January 2016 Bristol England Louisiana
17 January 2016 Brighton The Hope
26 January 2016 Glasgow Scotland O2 ABC
27 January 2016 Manchester England Soup Kitchen
29 January 2016 Birmingham Sunflower Lounge
30 January 2016 Nottingham Stealth
2 February 2016 London Oslo Hackney

Hotter Than Hell Tour (2016)Edit

Hotter Than Hell Tour
Tour by Dua Lipa
 
Associated albumDua Lipa
Start date5 October 2016 (2016-10-05)
End date9 December 2016 (2016-12-09)
Legs1
No. of shows11

The Hotter Than Hell Tour is the first official headlining concert tour by Dua Lipa. It began in Dublin, Ireland on 5 October 2016, and ended on 2 December 2016, in Birmingham, E.

BackgroundEdit

On 10 May 2016, Lipa announced the first 11 European tour dates and said "more dates were to be announced". Pre-sale for the announced dates began on 11 May 2016 and general sale began on 13 May 2016. More dates were announced gradually within the next few months. The Birmingham date was originally scheduled for 9 October, but was later rescheduled to 2 December.

Set listEdit

Setlist
  1. "Last Dance"
  2. "Dreams"
  3. "Bad Together"
  4. "Room For 2"
  5. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
  6. "Want To"
  7. "Thinking 'Bout You"
  8. "New Love"
  9. "Running"
  10. "Genesis"
  11. "Be The One"
  12. "For Julian"
  13. "Hotter Than Hell"

Opening actEdit

  • Hare Squead

Tour datesEdit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[3]
Date City Country Venue
5 October 2016 Dublin Ireland The Academy
7 October 2016 Manchester England Gorilla
10 October 2016 London KOKO
14 October 2016 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
17 October 2016 Copenhagen Denmark Vega
19 October 2016 Berlin Germany Heimathafen Neukolln
20 October 2016 Hamburg Mojo Club
22 October 2016 Cologne Kantine
24 October 2016 Frankfurt Gibson
25 October 2016 Munich Backstage Werk
27 October 2016 Milan Italy Tunnel
2 December 2016[a] Birmingham England O2 Institute2

US and Europe Tour (2017)Edit

US and Europe Tour
Tour by Dua Lipa
 
Associated albumDua Lipa
Start date24 February 2017 (2017-02-24)
End date13 April 2017 (2017-04-13)
Legs2
No. of shows15 in North America
6 in Europe
21 total

The US and Europe Tour is the second official headlining concert tour by Dua Lipa. It is in support of her self-titled debut album Dua Lipa. The tour began on 24 February 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, and is scheduled to conclude on 13 April 2017 in London, United Kingdom.

BackgroundEdit

During January 2017, Dua started to tease an exciting announcement on social media and on 17 January she revealed the North American tour with 15 confirmed dates. Tickets for all North American dates went on sale on 21 January. On 20 January 2017, Dua announced a small batch of European dates as part of the 2017 concert tour. Tickets for European dates went on sale on 3 February.

Set listEdit

Setlist
  1. Last Dance
  2. "Want To"
  3. "Bad Together"
  4. "Room For 2"
  5. "Hotter Than Hell"
  6. "Dreams"
  7. "No Lie"
  8. "Thinking 'Bout You"
  9. "Scared to be Lonely"
  10. "Genesis"
  11. "Be The One"
  12. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"

Opening actsEdit

Tour datesEdit

North American leg (24 February – 17 March 2017)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[4]
Date City Country Venue
24 February 2017 Chicago United States Lincoln Hall
25 February 2017 Detroit The Shelter
27 February 2017 Toronto Canada Mod Club Theatre
1 March 2017 New York City United States Irving Plaza
2 March 2017 Philadelphia The Foundry
4 March 2017 Boston Paradise Rock Club
5 March 2017 Washington, D.C. Rock & Roll Hotel
7 March 2017 Atlanta The Loft
8 March 2017 Orlando TThe Social
9 March 2017 St. Petersburg State Theatre
11 March 2017 Houston House of Blues
12 March 2017 Dallas Prophet Bar
14 March 2017 Phoenix Crescent Ballroom
15 March 2017 Los Angeles The Belasco Theater
17 March 2017 San Francisco Great American Music Hall

European leg (5–13 April 2017)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[5]
Date City Country Venue
5 April 2017 Milan Italy Fabrique
7 April 2017 Berlin Germany Columbia Theater
8 April 2017 Cologne Luxor
9 April 2017 Utrecht Netherlands TivoliVredenburg
12 April 2017 Manchester England The Ritz
13 April 2017 London Shepherds Bush Empire

The Self-Titled Tour (2017–2018)Edit

The Self-Titled Tour
Tour by Dua Lipa
 
Associated albumDua Lipa
Start date5 October 2017 (2017-10-05)
End date18 December 2018 (2018-12-18)
Legs14
No. of shows
  • 49 in Europe
  • 2 in South America
  • 41 in North America
  • 1 in Middle East
  • 11 in Asia
  • 6 in Oceania
  • 110 total

The Self-Titled Tour is the third official concert tour of the English singer Dua Lipa. The tour supports her eponymous debut studio album. The tour began on 5 October 2017 in Brighton, England, and concluded in December of the following year in Denver, United States.

BackgroundEdit

On 12 May 2017, three weeks before the release of her debut album, Lipa announced the first stage of the dates, consisting of 20 shows across Europe. On 12 September 2017, dates for North and South America were announced. Some additional dates were added.[6] On 25 September 2017, following the commercial success of the single "New Rules", other dates were added in the United Kingdom. During 2018, Lipa also performed at various festivals internationally.

Set listEdit

2017 setlist
  1. "Hotter than Hell"
  2. "Dreams"
  3. "No Lie"
  4. "Lost in Your Light"
  5. "Garden"
  6. "Last Dance"
  7. "IDGAF"
  8. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
  9. "Thinking 'Bout You"
  10. "New Love"
  11. "Genesis"
  12. "No Goodbyes"
  13. "Scared to Be Lonely"
  14. "Begging"
Encore
  1. "Homesick"
  2. "Be the One"
  3. "New Rules"
2018 setlist
  1. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
  2. "Dreams"
  3. "No Lie"
  4. "My Love"
  5. "Lost in Your Light"
  6. "High"
  7. "Garden"
  8. "Last Dance"
  9. "Be the One"
  10. "One Kiss"
  11. "Thinking 'Bout You"
  12. "New Love"
  13. "Genesis"
  14. "Bad Together"
  15. "Scared to Be Lonely"
  16. "Homesick"
  17. "No Goodbyes"
  18. "Hotter than Hell"
  19. "Begging"
Encore
  1. "IDGAF"
  2. "New Rules"

Opening actsEdit

Tour datesEdit

European leg (5–13 April 2017)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[7]
Date City Country Venue
5 October 2017 Brighton England Brighton Dome
6 October 2017 Bournemouth O2 Academy Bournemouth
8 October 2017 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
10 October 2017 Manchester Manchester Academy
11 October 2017 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow
13 October 2017 Newcastle upon Tyne England O2 Academy Newcastle
14 October 2017 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
17 October 2017 Paris France YOYO
19 October 2017 Munich Germany Backstage Werk
20 October 2017 Frankfurt Batschkapp
21 October 2017 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
24 October 2017 Cologne Germany Live Music Hall
25 October 2017 Berlin Astra
27 October 2017 Hamburg Docks
29 October 2017 Oslo Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
1 November 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Amager Bio
3 November 2017 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
5 November 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live
6 November 2017 London England O2 Academy Brixton

South American leg (9–13 November 2017)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
9 November 2017 São Paulo Brazil Audio Club
13 November 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina Vorterix Theatre

North American leg (19 November 2017 – 17 February 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[8]
Date City Country Venue
19 November 2017[b] Mexico City Mexico Autodormo Hermanos Rodriguez
20 November 2017 Boston United States House of Blues
22 November 2017 Toronto Canada Rebel
23 November 2017 Montreal MTELUS
24 November 2017 New York City United States Hammerstein Ballroom
26 November 2017 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
28 November 2017 Silver Spring The Fillmore Silver Spring
30 November 2017 Nashville The Cannery Ballroom
2 February 2018 Dallas Southside Music Hall
3 February 2018 Houston House of Blues
5 February 2018 Denver Odgen Theatre
6 February 2018 Salt Lake City The Depot
8 February 2018 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
9 February 2018 Phoenix The Van Buren
10 February 2018 San Diego House of Blues
12 February 2018 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
13 February 2018 San Francisco The Masonic
15 February 2018 Portland Roseland Theatre
16 February 2018 Vancouver Canada Vogue Theatre
17 February 2018 Seattle United States The Showbox

Emirati show (24 February 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
24 February 2018 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Du Forum

Australian leg (11–21 March 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[9]
Date City Country Venue
11 March 2018 Auckland New Zealand Great Hall
13 March 2018 Sydney Australia Big Top
14 March 2018 Brisbane Riverstage
17 March 2018 Melbourne Palais Theatre
18 March 2018 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
21 March 2018 Perth Crown Theater

European leg (9–29 April 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[10]
Date City Country Venue
9 April 2018 Dublin Ireland Olympia Theatre
10 April 2018
12 April 2018 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro
14 April 2018 Manchester England O2 Apollo
15 April 2018
17 April 2018 Birmingham Genting Arena
18 April 2018 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
20 April 2018 London England Alexandra Palace
24 April 2018 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
29 April 2018 Baku Azerbaijan Crystal Hall

Asian leg (1–8 May 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[11]
Date City Country Venue
1 May 2018 Hong Kong MacPherson Stadium
3 May 2018 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia KL Live
4 May 2018 Singapore Esplanade Theatre
6 May 2018 Seoul South Korea Yes 24 Live Hall
8 May 2018 Tokyo Japan Zepp Tokyo

European leg (1–2 June 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
1 June 2018[c] Warsaw Poland Służewiec Racetrack
2 June 2018 Moscow Russia Crocus City Hall

US leg (5 June – 2 July 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[12]
Date City Country Venue
5 June 2018 Houston United States Revention Music Center
6 June 2018 Dallas South Side Ballroom
7 June 2018
9 June 2018 Atlanta Roxy Theater
10 June 2018[d] Manchester Great Stage Park
12 June 2018 Miami Bayfront Park Amphitheater
13 June 2018 Orlando House of Blues
20 June 2018[e] Wallingford Toyota Oakdale Theatre
23 June 2018[f] Rosemont Allstate Arena
24 June 2018 Minneapolis Minneapolis Armory
26 June 2018[g] Denver Fillmore Auditorium
28 June 2018 Las Vegas The Chelsea Ballroom
29 June 2018 San Diego Open Air Theater
30 June 2018 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
2 July 2018 Seattle WaMu Theater

European leg (6–22 July 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[13]
Date City Country Venue
6 July 2018[h] Trélazé France Parc du Vissior
7 July 2018[i] Roskilde Denmark Darupvej
8 July 2018[j] Turku Finland Ruissalo
12 July 2018[k] Larvik Norway Larvik Golf Arena
14 July 2018[l] Madrid Spain Valdebebas
21 July 2018[m] Boom Belgium Recreation Area de Schorre
22 July 2018[n] Paris France Hipodrome de Longchamp

North American leg (27 July – 5 August 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue[14]
Date City Country Venue
27 July 2018[o] New York City United States Randall's Island
30 July 2018 Toronto Canada RBC Echo Beach
3 August 2018[p] Montreal Parc Jean-Drapeau
5 August 2018[q] Chicago United States Grant Park

European leg (10 August – 9 September 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
10 August 2018[r] Prishtina Kosovo Germia Park
12 August 2018[s] Budapest Hungary Obudai-Sziget
14 August 2018 Antalya Turkey Regnum Carya
15 August 2018[t] Hasselt Belgium Kempischesteenweg
19 August 2018[u] Biddinghuizen Netherlands Evenemententerrein Walibi
25 August 2018[v] Reading England Richfield Avenue Festival Site
26 August 2018[w] Leeds Bramham Park
1 September 2018[x] County Laois Ireland Stradbally Hall
3 September 2018 Halfweg Netherlands Sugar City
6 September 2018 Hamburg Germany Schuppen 52
9 September 2018[y] Berlin Olympiapark

Asian leg (11–19 September 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
11 September 2018 Guangzhou China Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall
12 September 2018 Shanghai National Exhibition and Convention Center
14 September 2018 Pasay Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
16 September 2018[z] Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit
17 September 2018 Bangkok Thailand GMM Live House
19 September 2018 Taipei Taiwan Taipei International Convention Center

US leg (22 September – 10 December 2018)Edit

List of tour dates with date, city, country, venue
Date City Country Venue
22 September 2018[aa] Las Vegas United States MGM Festival Grounds
10 December 2018[ab] Denver Fillmore Auditorium

Future Nostalgia Tour (2021)Edit

Future Nostalgia Tour
Tour by Dua Lipa
 
Promotional poster for the tour
LocationEurope
Associated albumFuture Nostalgia
Start date3 January 2021 (2021-01-03)
End date16 February 2021 (2021-02-16)
No. of shows21
Supporting actsLolo Zouaï
DJ Buck Betty

The Future Nostalgia Tour is the fifth concert tour by English singer Dua Lipa. The tour will support her second studio album, Future Nostalgia (2020). Originally planned to take place in spring-summer 2020, the tour was postponed to early 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[15]

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, number of available tickets and gross revenue[16][17]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
3 January 2021[ac] Newcastle upon Tyne England Utilita Arena Lolo Zouaï
DJ Buck Betty
4 January 2021[ad] Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
6 January 2021[ae] Liverpool England M&S Bank Arena
8 January 2021[af] Dublin Ireland 3Arena
9 January 2021[ag]
12 January 2021[ah] Nottingham England Motorpoint Arena
13 January 2021[ai] Birmingham Utilita Arena
15 January 2021[aj] London The O2 Arena
16 January 2021[ak]
19 January 2021[al] Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena
21 January 2021[am] Manchester England Manchester Arena
22 January 2021[an] Leeds First Direct Arena
25 January 2021[ao] Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
26 January 2021[ap] Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena
27 January 2021[aq] Cologne Lanxess Arena
3 February 2021[ar] Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
4 February 2021[as] Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
8 February 2021[at] Paris France AccorHotels Arena
10 February 2021[au] Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
14 February 2021[av] Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
16 February 2021[aw] Madrid WiZink Center
Total

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts
Date City Country Venue Reason Ref(s)
10 May 2020 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena COVID-19 pandemic [15]
12 May 2020 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
13 May 2020 Oslo Norway Spektrum
22 May 2020[ax] Dundee Scotland Camperdown Country Park [19]
26 June 2020[ay] Pilton England Worthy Farm [21]
5 August 2020[az] Budapest Hungary Sziget Festival [23]

Postponed showsEdit

List of postponed concerts
Date City Country Venue Reason Ref(s)
19 May 2020 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle COVID-19 pandemic [24]
20 May 2020 Munich Germany Olympiahalle

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The concert of 2 December 2016 in Birmingham was originally scheduled for 9 October 2016
  2. ^ The concert of 19 November 2017 in Mexico City is part of Corona Capital festival.
  3. ^ The concert of 1 June 2018 in Warsaw is part of Orange Warsaw festival.
  4. ^ The concert of 10 June 2018 Manchester is part of Bonnaroo festival.
  5. ^ The concert of 20 June 2018 in Wallingford is part of Toyota Presents the Oakdale
  6. ^ The concert of 23 June 2018 in Rosemont is part of B96 Pepsi Summer Bash 2018
  7. ^ The concert of 26 June 2018 in Denver was cancelled halfway through the show due to Dua Lipa having an ear infection, the show was rescheduled to December 2018
  8. ^ The concert of 6 July 2018 in Trelaze is part of NRJ in the Park festival.
  9. ^ The concert of 7 July 2018 in Roskilde is part of Rosklide festival.
  10. ^ The concert of 8 July 2018 in Turku is part of Ruisrock festival.
  11. ^ The concert of 12 July 2018 in Larvik is part of Stavernfestivalen festival.
  12. ^ The concert of 14 July 2018 in Madrid is part of MadCool festival.
  13. ^ The concert of 21 July 2018 in Boom is part of Tomorrowland.
  14. ^ The concert of 22 July 2018 in Paris is part of Lollapalooza Paris.
  15. ^ This concert, scheduled for 27 July 2018, was cancelled due to rain and was due to be part of Panorama Music Festival.
  16. ^ The concert of 3 August 2018 in Montreal is part of Osheaga festival.
  17. ^ The concert of 5 August 2018 is part of Lollapalooza.
  18. ^ The concert of 10 August 2018 in Prishtina is part of Sunny Hill Festival.
  19. ^ The concert of 12 August 2018 in Budapest is part of Sziget festival.
  20. ^ The concert of 15 August 2018 in Hasselt is part of Pukklepop festival.
  21. ^ The concert of 19 August 2018 in Biddinguizen is part of Lowlands Paradise festival.
  22. ^ The concert of 25 August 2018 in Reading is part of Reading & Leads festival.
  23. ^ The concert of 26 August 2018 in Leeds is part of Reading & Leeds festival.
  24. ^ The concert of 1 September 2018 in Couty Laois is part of Electric Picnic festival.
  25. ^ The concert of 9 September 2018 is part of Lollapalooza festival.
  26. ^ The concert of 16 September 2018 in Singapore is part of Formula 1 Grand Prix.
  27. ^ The concert of 22 September 2018 in Las Vegas is part of iHeartRadio Music festival.
  28. ^ The concert of 10 December 2018 in Denver is a rescheduled show from 26 June 2018
  29. ^ The 3 January 2021 show in Newcastle, England at the Utilita Arena was originally due to take place on 13 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  30. ^ The 4 January 2021 show in Glasgow, Scotland at the SSE Hydro was originally due to take place on 15 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  31. ^ The 6 January 2021 show in Liverpool, England at the M&S Bank Arena was originally due to take place on 29 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  32. ^ The 8 January 2021 show in Dublin, Ireland at the 3Arena was originally due to take place on 18 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  33. ^ The 9 January 2021 show in Dublin, Ireland at the 3Arena was originally due to take place on 19 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  34. ^ The 3 January 2021 show in Newcastle, England at the Utilita Arena was originally due to take place on 13 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  35. ^ The 13 January 2021 show in Birmingham, England at Arena Birmingham was originally due to take place on 10 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  36. ^ The 15 January 2021 show in London, England at The O2 Arena was originally due to take place on 26 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  37. ^ The 16 January 2021 show in London, England at The O2 Arena was originally due to take place on 27 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  38. ^ The 19 January 2021 show in Cardiff, Wales at the Motorpoint Arena was originally due to take place on 7 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  39. ^ The 21 January 2021 show in Manchester, England at the Manchester Arena was originally due to take place on 1 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  40. ^ The 22 January 2021 show in Leeds, England at the First Direct Arena was originally due to take place on 4 June 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  41. ^ The 25 January 2021 show in Hamburg, Germany at the Barclaycard Arena was originally due to take place on 15 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  42. ^ The 26 January 2021 show in Berlin, Germany at the Mercedes-Benz Arena was originally due to take place on 17 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  43. ^ The 27 January 2021 show in Cologne, Germany at the Lanxess Arena was originally due to take place on 5 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  44. ^ The 27 January 2021 show in Amsterdam, Netherlands at the Ziggo Dome was originally due to take place on 7 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  45. ^ The 4 February 2021 show in Antwerp, Belgium at the Sportpaleis was originally due to take place on 2 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  46. ^ The 8 February 2021 show in Paris, France at the AccorHotels Arena was originally due to take place on 4 May 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  47. ^ The 10 February 2021 show in Milan, Italy at the Mediolanum Forum was originally due to take place on 30 April 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  48. ^ The 14 February 2021 show in Barcelona, Spain at Palau Sant Jordi was originally due to take place on 28 April 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  49. ^ The 16 February 2021 show in Madrid, Spain at the WiZink Center was originally due to take place on 26 April 2020, but was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  50. ^ The 22 May 2020 show in Dundee, Scotland at Camperdown Country Park was due to be part of the 2020 Radio 1's Big Weekend.[18]
  51. ^ The 26 June 2020 show in Pilton, England at Worthy Farm was due to be part of the 2020 Glastonbury Festival.[20]
  52. ^ The 5 August 2020 show in Budapest, Hungary on Hajógyári Island was due to be part of the 2020 Sziget Festival.[22]

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