James Arthur

James Arthur has announced that he will embark on a 14 date UK tour in March in support of his new album, Back From The Edge.

Speaking of the tour, James added "It’s amazing to finally get out there and perform this new album to not only my loyal and patient fanbase, but also hopefully some new fans as well. I promise to bring some serious energy to this stage for you all".

Ahead of these dates, the 2012 X Factor champion also hits the road in December for an intimate tour run, and comes hot on the heels of the release of his second album Back From The Edge. The 13 track (17 deluxe) album is currently sitting at Number One in the Official Album Charts midweeks, fighting off competition from Elvis Presley, Michael Buble and The Courteeners.

Following two years away from the spotlight, James has made a triumphant return to the charts and has now sold more than 700,000 copies of the lead track Say You Won’t Let Go. The single was released in September and quickly shot to the top spot on iTunes and Spotify, followed by the Official Charts where it sat at Number One, for three consecutive weeks. James became the first British lead artist to hold the Number One spot for more than one week this year and was also confirmed as the best selling British singles artist in 2016. The single has also topped the charts in Australia and Ireland and the track has already started to make waves in the US!

14th Mar

SJM Concerts Presents

James Arthur SOLD OUT

Plus special guests

  • Rock, Pop & World Music
  • Standing

£29.50 £35

Maximum four tickets per person.

7pm doors - please note this is the time De Montfort Hall opens, not the start of the show.

No under 16s in the standing area. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

£3 transaction fee applies per purchase. Cash transactions exempt up to 24 hours before performance.

Customer information - car parking
A series of regeneration works have started on Victoria Park. During this time, the pay and display car parks situated off Granville Road (next to the hall) will be partially closed and fewer parking spaces available. Access to the car park has also been changed. The new, temporary, entrance is on Granville Road; closer to London Road. Please allow plenty of time to find parking and arrive in time for the concert. 

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