It would be an understatement to say that it’s been a momentous few years for Rita Ora. Following the release of smash hit new single ‘Let You Love Me’ and the announcement of her album ‘Phoenix’ due for release on the 23 November via Atlantic Records, Rita Ora today announces details for her 2019 global tour, stopping at The O2 on Friday 24 May.
Rita says, “I’m so happy to be on tour again! Nothing makes me happier than performing and travelling to see all my fans. It will be first time performing news songs from ‘Phoenix’ and I can’t wait for you to hear them! I’m looking forward to this tour so much.”
Rita recently entered the Official Chart history books, breaking a record held for 30 years. The singer’s latest release,’ Let You Love Me’, became her 13th Top 10 on the Official Singles Chart. It means Rita set a new UK chart record for the most Top 10 singles by a British female artist. The star overtook music icons Shirley Bassey and Petula Clark, who each lay claim to 12 Top 10 hits.
Rita has sold a staggering seven million singles, had 13 top ten singles (five of which received platinum status and five of which are gold certified) and a number 1 platinum-selling debut album all under her belt. After appearances on Hollywood’s silver screen, she returned to music last year with a sold out, thirty-three date European tour. Her latest five hit singles have amassed over a billion Spotify streams worldwide, with global hit Your Song reaching more than 352M streams alone. It’s also her biggest hit in Europe.
Rita has already cemented herself as one of the UK’s most successful pop acts of the decade and performed around the world to critical acclaim - don’t miss your chance to see her live.
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