George Ezra’s first full arena tour has been announced for March next year, and finishes with his biggest headline show to date at The O2 in London, with a date in Brighton along the way at the Brighton Centre, 11th March.
Since the release of his second album, Staying At Tamara’s, earlier this year, the Bristol BIMM graduate has been touring the globe, playing a host of UK festivals, and looking forward to an initial run of UK dates that begin in November and feature an already sold-out gig at London’s Wembley Arena.
“I realise that for some bands, it works so well for them to have a moody act,” says Ezra about his current mindset. “I love that, and as fans you want that – you want a po-face, and a real attitude – but for me, I soon realised that that’s not the situation I’m in. I’m in a better place if I can just be myself. I’ve never said anything I don’t stand by, and I don’t approach conversation differently between people I know and don’t know. Nothing can come back and bite you in the arse if you’re honest.”