American singer, songwriter, and pianist, Norah Jones, will be performing in the UK and Ireland in November as part of her 2023 tour. The tour will mark her return to the European concert stage for the first time since 2018. In July, Jones will also perform in France, Belgium, Italy, Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Spain, and Portugal. The UK and Ireland tour will include performances in London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow, as well as Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on November 14th.
Jones first gained international recognition with the release of her album "Come Away With Me" in 2002, which swept the 2003 Grammy Awards. Since then, she has become a nine-time Grammy winner and sold over 50 million albums. Jones has released a series of critically acclaimed solo albums, as well as albums with her collective bands The Little Willies, El Madmo, and Puss N Boots. In addition, she launched her podcast "Norah Jones Is Playing Along" in 2022, featuring conversations and musical collaborations with some of her favorite musicians.
Tickets for Jones' UK and Ireland tour will be available for purchase on March 24th at 10am through Ticketmaster, starting at €51.15, including booking fees.
NORAH JONES – 2023 TOUR DATES:
July 6 – La Seine Musical – Paris, France
July 8 – Gent Jazz Festival – Gent, Belgium
July 11 – Jazz a Vienne – Vienne, France
July 14 – Lucca Festival – Lucca, Italy
July 15 – Ljetna Pozornica – Opatija, Croatia
July 16 – Veszprem Festival – Veszprem, Hungary
July 18 – Klassik am Dom – Linz, Austria
July 21 – Cap Roig Festival – Calella de Palafrugell, Spain
July 22 – Jazzaldia – San Sebastian, Spain
July 24 – Jazz in Marciac – Marciac, France
July 27 – Starlite Festival – Marbella, Spain
July 29 – Cool Jazz Festival – Lisbon, Portugal
Nov. 4 – Sage – Gateshead, UK
Nov. 6 – Symphony Hall – Birmingham, UK
Nov. 7 – The Bridgewater Hall – Birmingham, UK
Nov. 8 – Royal Concert Hall – Glasgow, UK
Nov. 10 – Forum – Bath, UK
Nov. 11 – Palladium – London, UK
Nov. 13 – Waterfront Hall – Belfast, Ireland
Nov. 14 – 3Olympia – Dublin, Ireland