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Eurovision winner Lorraine has announced a UK and Europe tour in 2025

Eurovision winner Lorraine has announced a UK and Europe tour in 2025

Lorin, who won Eurovision in 2012 and 2023, has announced that she will be touring the UK and Europe next year.

The artist's biggest cross-continental tour to date kicks off in the Netherlands on February 15 with 20 stops across Europe. He will then head to Birmingham on March 17, before heading to London's iconic Eventim Apollo on March 19, before moving on to Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow. The tour will conclude at 3 Olympia in Dublin, Ireland on March 27.

“Last year's tour was one of the best moments of my life…this next tour is all about you,” Lorraine said in a press release.

Tickets go on sale Friday (May 10) – see the dates below and buy your tickets here.

February
15 – Utrecht, The Netherlands vs. TivoliVredenburg
16 – Oberhausen, Germany Turbinenhall Oberhausen
19 – Oslo, Norway Centrum view
20 – Stockholm, Sweden connection
22 – Vilnius, Lithuania Twinspet Arena
23 – Warsaw, Poland Stodola
24 – Krakow, Poland studio
25 – Berlin, Germany Huxley
27 – Prague, Czech Republic Roxy
28 – Vienna, Austria Gasometer

March
2 – Budapest, Hungary, Aquarium Club
4 – Mufadale, Munich, Germany
5 – Brussels, Belgium, AB
6 – Paris, France, Olympia
8 – Barcelona, ​​Spain, Barrel-Lel 62
9 -Madrid, Spain, La Riviera
11 – Zurich, Switzerland, Ex-Dr
12 – Milan, Italy, factory
14 – Lyon, France, ferry
15 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg of the Atelier
17 – Birmingham, United Kingdom, O2 Company
19 – London, United Kingdom, Eventim Apollo
21 – Liverpool, United Kingdom, O2 Academy
22 – Manchester, British Academy
23 – Bristol, United Kingdom O2 Academy
25 – Glasgow, United Kingdom O2 Academy
27 – Dublin, Ireland 3 Olympia

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Lorraine will perform her new single “Forever” at the Eurovision Song Contest final this Saturday, May 11. The song will be released the day before that.

He will headline Manchester Pride 2024 in August.

Loreen won the Eurovision crown in last year's song contest, representing Sweden with her song “Tattoo”. It was his second win after his first in 2012.

Last summer, after her Eurovision win, she sat down with Lorraine ZikNation to discuss his plans for new music and the feeling of winning the song contest trophy for the second time.

He also explained how he would classify his style of music, and said he agreed with one fan's comment that it was “spiritual pop”.

“That's right. Of course, I do spiritual pop. If you look at the dynamics of my songs — “Euphoria” and “Tattoo” — there's something spiritual going on. You start with this little whispery thing, and then you start building up the energy, getting louder and louder, and it's full-on. Until we get to the powerful chorus,” he explained.

“It's spiritual in a way, because it's almost like watching a movie and you get to the point where you start to cry and feel the release. This release is so important. We get it from clubs, from dancing, from music – we need it, otherwise (there's a lot of stagnation in the body). .so there's a reason I use some mechanics, because you can't really yell at someone (from the start) – almost like trust, in a way, and (at that point) you can cry or be happy It can be anything, but it is a spiritual construct.

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