Tom Grennan – Brighton Centre 2023

Tom Grennan – Brighton Centre 2023

Tom Grennan has announced details of his biggest UK tour to date, and first headline arena shows. Beginning in March 2023, the What Ifs & Maybes UK Tour is a landmark achievement for Grennan. An artist living his best creative life, a musician who knows he’s completed writing the biggest, boldest, best set of songs of his shooting-star career.

With a huge new single out now in ‘All These Nights’, and looking ahead to his forthcoming new studio album, titled What Ifs & Maybes, Grennan is beyond energised, stepping into an exhilarating new creative chapter with planet-sized ambitions.

Speaking about the new album, Tom said: “I’ve called my new album What Ifs & Maybes. It’s about going with your gut, not your head, because you never know what’s going to happen. I’m not afraid to jump into the unknown – because it’s exciting! It’s about rolling the dice and living your best life with nothing to lose. I’m in a new creative space, and I know I’m finally the artist I want to be. I’m so buzzing for these shows, my biggest gigs to date. I can’t wait to get out and play these new songs to everyone. Let’s go!”

Fans are able to get first access to tickets by pre-ordering the new album at Tom’s store (Weds 27th 10am – Tues 4th 3pm). Tickets are on general sale from 09:00am BST 7th October via The new album release date, and more details, are soon to be announced.

2022 has been a defining year for Tom Grennan. The chart-topping BRIT and Ivor Novello-nominated star has already seen four UK Top 10 singles. Two of his platinum-selling anthems ‘Little Bit Of Love’ and ‘By Your Side’ scored in the Top Three most played songs of the year – both taken from Tom’s breakthrough UK #1 album ‘Evering Road’.

Where August saw Grennan take another Top Ten smash in the UK singles chart, writing and collaborating with KSI for ‘Not Over Yet’, the blockbuster breakout British artist has now stepped up to festival headliner status. Performing to a 30,000 capacity crowd at Godiva Festival earlier this month, it capped off a summer live season of global proportions.

From a sold-out headline tour of North America and two of Australia, where Tom is recognised as a double-platinum artist, performing to huge crowds on the Isle Of Wight Festival mainstage, a homecoming headline show to 15,000 fans at Bedford Park, the Radio 1 Big Weekend, Margate’s Dreamland, TRNSMT, Kendall Calling, Boardmasters and more. Not to mention fulfilling boyhood dreams joining the England squad for Soccer Aid 2022, where Tom was awarded Player of the Match for his sensational performance.

March 2023 Headline Arena Tour Dates

10 Birmingham, Utilita Arena

11 Cardiff, International Arena

12 Leeds, First Direct Arena

14 Newcastle, O2 City Hall

15 Glasgow, OVO Hydro

17 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

18 Manchester, Manchester AO Arena

19 Brighton, Brighton Centre

21 Plymouth, Pavilions

23 London, The O2