Lorde to visit Edinburgh on Solar Power 2022 world tour – here’s how to get tickets

New Zealand pop sensation Lorde will visit Edinburgh next year as part of a massive world tour.

Tuesday, 22nd June 2021, 10:02 am
Updated Tuesday, 22nd June 2021, 11:26 am

The chart-topping singer-songwriter’s Solar Power tour, which will support her upcoming new album of the same name, sees her visiting the Usher Hall on May 26, 2022.

The UK leg of the tour also includes dates in Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham, and will conclude with two shows in London at Camden’s Roundhouse.

Tickets for all UK gigs go on-sale from Friday (June 25) at 10am.

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Lorde will visit Edinburgh's Usher Hall next year as part of a world tour.
Lorde will visit Edinburgh's Usher Hall next year as part of a world tour.

Fans can sign up to Lorde’s email list for first access to pre-sale tickets and get more information on the tour dates here.

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Lorde’s latest single – also titled solar Solar Power – has garnered five-star reviews from places like NME and Pitchfork, has trended No.1 worldwide across social media, raked in over 30 million streams in its first five days, and topped Spotify’s Global and US Song Debut.

The track is the first single from Lorde’s third studio album, which is set to be released in August.

The eagerly-awaited album includes 12 tracks and is produced by Jack Antonoff, whom Lorde collaborated with on her chart-topping last album, Melodrama.

Speaking about the new album Lorde says: “The album is a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalising the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I’m outdoors. In times of heartache, grief, deep love, or confusion, I look to the natural world for answers.

“I’ve learned to breathe out, and tune in. This is what came through.”

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