Chris Brown announces extra date at O2 Arena in London due to great demand - here’s when & how to get tickets

Dubbed the ‘king of R&B’ Brown was initially playing four dates in London - but has include an extra one on his Under The Influence tour due to high demand

Chris Brown has added a further date for London during his upcoming UK and Ireland tour due to great demand. It’s not the only extra date added to the tour, with Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin also getting an extra date.

The tour, named ‘Under The Influence’ is in support of Brown’s latest studio album ‘Breezy’. Breezy is Brown’s first studio album since 2020, and his first largely solo album since Indigo in 2019.

Since emerging in the mid 2000s, Brown has gone on to become one of the world’s biggest musicians. His most streamed song on Spotify is a collaboration with Canadian rapper Drake named ‘No Guidance’ and currently has over 863 million streams.

His European tour initially spanned across 13 dates but has been extended to even more. The tour kicks off on February 11 in Dublin, Ireland before ending on March 26 in Paris, France.

A chart-topping force, Brown has achieved 50 top 40 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 and 16 top 10 entries as well as billions of views. Here’s what you need to know about getting to see Chris Brown in London.

When is Chris Brown performing in London? 

Chris Brown will now perform five dates in London. The first four come on consecutive nights from February 14 to 17. His extra date comes on March 19 2023 at The O2 Arena.

How to get tickets to see Chris Brown in London

Tickets for Brown’s initial London shows went on sale back in December, but tickets for his new shows are not yet on sale. They will first go on general sale on Live Nation on Thursday, January 26 at 10am until January 27 at 9am.

Then, tickets will go on general sale on Friday, January 27 at 10am and can be purchased on Ticketmaster.

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