James Arthur tour tickets as star announces new live shows and album

James Arthur You tour tickets 2020

James Arthur has announced a brand new arena tour following the release of his new album.

The X Factor winner released his third album YOU later last month.

Alongside the record, James has announced a string of new live shows in 2020 with tickets on sale now here.

Here are all the dates, venues and how to get tickets…

James Arthur tour tickets

March 02

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March 04 2020
WALES Cardiff Arena

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March 05 2020
LONDON 02 arena

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March 07 2020
BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham

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March 08 2020
BRIGHTON Brighton Centre

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March 10 2020

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March 11 2020
LEEDS First Direct Arena

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March 13 2020
NEWCASTLE Newcastle Arena

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March 14 2020
MANCHESTER Manchester Arena

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James’ new album

James’ new album YOU was released on October 18, featuring the hit singles ‘Naked’, ‘Falling Like The Stars’ and ‘Empty Space’, alongside new songs with features from Travis Barker (Blink 182) and Adam Lazzara from Taking Back Sunday.

James said: “I have called the album ‘YOU’ as unlike ‘Back From The Edge’ which was autobiographical, my third album is not about me, it’s about YOU.”

You can pre-order the album here.

Ahead of the record’s release, with James also dropped brand new single ‘Treehouse’.

The single features US superstar rapper Ty Dolla $ign and British rising star Shotty Horroh.

James said: “‘Treehouse is a song about surrendering – going to a safe place, a sanctuary where you can get away from your troubles. The sentiment is ‘it’s okay not to be okay’, just take a load off and go to your happy place.

“The track features two outstanding artists in Shotty Horroh and Ty Dolla$ign, they each talk about what the Treehouse means for them.”

“I’m encouraging people to find a sanctuary, sit down and chill. The line ‘I don’t know why you don’t ask for help’ could be directed at me, but everyone feels life getting on top of them at times. That’s the message I want to share. It’s an inclusive song, not a personal one.”