Following the thrill of new music from Paramore, we’ve all been on the edge of our seats awaiting this next announcement. After a string of American shows were announced, us fans across the pond have been eager to know we’ll get to see Paramore live again.
In support of their Sixth studio album ‘This Is Why’, Bloc Party will be making an appearance as the supporting act. Kicking off in Dublin, Paramore will make stops across Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, London, and Birmingham marking their first UK tour in over four years.
Fans will be able to access presale 27th October at 10 GMT via paramore.lnk.to/UKstore General sale will start Friday 28th October via paramore.net In order to gain access to early tickets, fans will need to pre order This Is Why in any album format from the UK store. If you’re ahead of the game and already pre-ordered the album following the release of title track This Is Why, you will automatically be included in tour pre sale.
Not only do we have the thrill of seeing Paramore put on an incredible performance, a proportion of ticket sales for all UK and Ireland shows will be donated to Support + Feed; an organisation taking action for a global shift to equitable, plant=based food system to combat food insecurity and climate crisis.
Throughout their 2023 tour, Paramore will also be working alongside environmental non profit, REVERB, promoting steps to create positive impacts for both people and the planet. With this partnership, the band and REVERB will host an Eco- Village at every show where fans will be able to take action on important environmental and social issues.
With every Paramore release, we fall further and further in love with the band. The countdown to their next album feels a lifetime away, but one we know will be worth the wait.
Check out the video for This Is Why Below:
Full UK and Ireland dates are as follow
13 April – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
15 April – Cardiff, United Kingdom – International Arena
17 April – Glasgow, United Kingdom – OVO Hydro
18 April – Manchester, United Kingdom – AO Arena
20 April – London, United Kingdom – O2 Arena
22 April – Birmingham, United Kingdom – Utilita Arena