Tom Grennan has announced UK headline tour dates for September through to October 2021. The tour will include Tom’s biggest ever UK headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace, a landmark gig at the iconic 10,000 capacity venue.

His new single Let’s Go Home Together is a track from his second album, Evering Road, which was released earlier this year.

October 2020 saw a full circle moment as Tom headlined London’s O2 Academy Brixton for a second time, with a virtual gig live-streamed in 360 described as “authentic magic” by The Telegraph and “major league pop music” by Dork Magazine.

Throughout the lockdown, Tom has continued to use his platform and voice to give back to his community, promoting positive mental health through acts of kindness. Recently announced as the UK face of Tommy Hilfiger’s ‘Moving Forward Together’ campaign, Tom’s lent support volunteering with Bedford Foodbank, launching a virtual support group for fans on social media, and running 100K for War Child’s ‘Peace Band’ to raise awareness for children living in conflict.

Named after the East London address Tom shared with his then-partner, Evering Road is a hub of love, heartbreak and redemption. A bold and exciting new chapter shot through with raw emotion and searing honesty. The album includes single Little Bit Of Love, This Is The Place, the soulful Oh Please, gospel-tinged Amen and new anthem for hope and optimism, Something Better.

TOUR DATES 2021

September

Date Venue
Wed 15th O2 Academy Glasgow
Thu 16th Corn Exchange Edinburgh
Fri 17th O2 Academy Leeds
Sun 19th O2 Academy Sheffield
Mon 20th O2 Academy Oxford
Wed 22nd O2 Academy Birmingham
Thu 23rd O2 Apollo Manchester
Fri 24th Rock City Nottingham
Sun 26th Mountford Hall Liverpool
Mon 27th O2 Academy Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Wed 29th Bonus Arena Hull
Thu 30th Alexandra Palace London

October

Date Venue
Sat 2nd O2 Academy Bournemouth
Sun 3rd University of East Anglia Norwich
Tue 5th Forum Bath
Wed 6th O2 Academy Bristol

Tickets are now on sale

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