KT Tunstall 2023 tour: when is she playing London and when are tickets available?

Suddenly you can see KT Tunstall as she tours the UK in 2023.

BRIT award winner and Grammy nominated songwriter KT Tunstall will be taking her latest album, NUT, on tour in 2023 with London one of the 16 tour dates currently on sale.

Upon the announcement of the UK tour, KT Tunstall was enthusiastic about returning to the UK tour circuit: ”this will be my first full UK headline tour since the pandemic, and I’m so looking forward to playing a completely different show with a brand new line up of amazing musicians.”

“Included in that line-up will be the brilliant Andy Burrows [of Razorlight] on drums (who played on NUT). He’ll also be opening the gigs with his own excellent show.”

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    NUT is the culmination of a seven-year project," Tunstall says. "It’s the final part of a trilogy of records that has spanned probably the most extreme and profound period of change in my life. The personal arc of these three records has been pretty extraordinary for me.”

    KT explains the inspiration behind the album’s name: “Growing up in Scotland, if someone was losing their temper you would say, ‘Dinny lose yer Nut!’ I love that the word also means a seed. The album artwork is all about the brain being a garden; you reap what you sow, you need to keep the weeds at bay, and there is an almost supernatural beauty to when things blossom.”

    Who is KT Tunstall?

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    Scottish singer KT Tunstall returns to O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in 2023 - the same location she performed in during her 2005 Eye To The Telescope tour.

    KT Tunstall is a Grammy nominated Scottish musician who burst onto the music scene with her 2004 multi-platinum debut, Eye to the Telescope, with singles Black Horse and the Cherry Tree and the earworm Suddenly I See earning her immediate success in the UK singles and album charts.

    The debut album established Tunstall as a captivating and dynamic performer, as well as a songwriter with a singular knack for balancing introspective folk and propulsive rock.

    "There are two immediate, recognisable pillars of my style," she says. "I have this troubadour, acoustic guitar-driven emotional side. Then there’s definitely an electrified rock side of my work with rawness and teeth."

    When is KT Tunstall playing London?

    KT Tunstall will be playing the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on March 7 2022, with doors opening for the show at 7:00pm.

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    No support nor set times have been announced as of yet, but Londonworld will update these details when they become available.

    Full KT Tunstall UK tour dates in 2023:

    • February 23 – Buxton Opera House
    • February 24 - York Barbican
    • February 26 – Manchester Albert Hall
    • February 27 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
    • February 28– Bath The Forum
    • March 2 – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
    • March 3 – Southampton O2 Guildhall
    • March 4 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
    • March 6 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
    • March 7 – London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
    • March 9 – Guildford G Live
    • March 10 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
    • March 11 – Sage Gateshead
    • March 14 – Aberdeen Music Hall
    • March 15 – Edinburgh Usher Hall
    • March 17 – Glasgow SEC Armadillo

    When are tickets on sale for KT Tunstall’s London show?

    Tickets for KT Tunstall’s performance at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire are now on sale through Ticketmaster, with prices ranging from £41.35 (including booking fee) for general admission and VIP package from £108.85 (including booking fee)

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    What could KT Tunstall perform at her London show?

    KT Tunstall has recently completed touring North America in support of her forthcoming album, Nut, and has played smaller five song sets throughout the majority of the tour.

    If we were to look at her last UK performance, which allowed the performer more time for a longer set, we would need to go back to her show at the Birmingham Resorts World Arena on April 4 2022 - which according to setlist.fm comprised of the following songs:

    • It Took Me So Long to Get Here, but Here I Am
    • Little Red Thread
    • Other Side of the World
    • Black Horse and the Cherry Tree / Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) / Seven Nation Army (Medley)
    • Backlash & Vinegar
    • Pick a Part That’s New (Stereophonics cover)
    • Hold On
    • Suddenly I See

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