Eurovision winner Loreen announces 2025 UK and European tour

Eurovision winner Loreen announces 2025 UK and European tour

Loreen, who won Eurovision in both 2012 and 2023, has announced a UK and European tour for next year.

READ MORE: Eurovision legend Loreen: “Of course I do spiritual pop… That sense of release is so important.”

The artist’s biggest jaunt across the continent to date will kick off in the Netherlands on February 15 with 20 stops across Europe. She will later head to Birmingham on March 17 before playing a headline show at London’s iconic Eventim Apollo on March 19 before continuing on to Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow. The tour will wrap up in Dublin, Ireland at 3 Olympia on March 27.

“Last year’s tour was one of the best times of my life…this next tour is all for you,” Loreen said in a press release.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday (May 10) – you can check out the dates below and buy your tickets here.

15 – Utrecht, Netherlands TivoliVredenburg
16 – Oberhausen, Germany Turbinenhalle Oberhausen
19 – Oslo, Norway Sentrum Scene
20 – Stockholm, Sweden Annexet
22 – Vilnius, Lithuania Twinsbet Arena
23 – Warsaw, Poland Stodola
24 – Krakow, Poland Studio
25 –  Berlin, Germany Huxley’s
27 – Prague, Czech Republic Roxy
28 – Vienna, Austria Gasometer

2 – Budapest, Hungary, Akvarium Klub
4 – Munich, Germany, Muffathalle
5 –  Brussels, Belgium, AB
6 – Paris, France, Olympia
8 – Barcelona, Spain, Paral-lel 62
9 -Madrid, Spain, La Riviera
11 – Zurich, Switzerland, X-Tra
12 – Milan, Italy, Fabrique
14 –  Lyon, France, Transbordeur
15 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg den Atelier
17 –  Birmingham, UK, O2 Institute
19 –  London, UK, Eventim Apollo
21 – Liverpool, UK, O2 Academy
22 – Manchester, UK Academy
23 – Bristol, UK O2 Academy
25 – Glasgow, UK O2 Academy
27 – Dublin, Ireland 3 Olympia

Loreen will be performing her new single, ‘Forever’, in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest this Saturday (May 11). The track will be released the day before.

She will also be headlining Manchester Pride 2024 in August.

Loreen took the Eurovision crown home at last year’s Song Contest, representing Sweden with her song ‘Tattoo’. It marked her second victory after having won for the first time back in 2012.

Last summer, following her Eurovision victory, Loreen sat down with NME to discuss her plans for new music and the feeling of taking home the song contest trophy for the second time.

She also opened up about how she would categorise her style of music, and said that she agrees with a fan’s comment that it is “spiritual pop”.

“It’s exactly what it is. Of course, I do spiritual pop. The dynamics in my songs – if you look at ‘Euphoria’ and ‘Tattoo’ – there is a spiritual thing going on there. You start with this small whispery thing, then you start building energy and being stronger and stronger, until you come to the chorus where it’s full-on power,” she explained.

“This is spiritual in a way because it’s almost like watching a movie and getting to the place where you start crying and feel a release. And that release is so important. We get it from clubbing, dancing, music – and we need it, because otherwise [there’s] a lot of stagnation in the body. So there’s a purpose to why I use certain dynamics, because you can’t really just scream at somebody [from the start]. You have to really build up – almost like trust, in a way, until you come to the point of release. And [in that moment] it could be that you cry or feel happy or whatever. But it is a spiritual build-up.”

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