Brit Award-winner George Ezra has announced he will be embarking on a UK arena tour this year and is coming to Manchester.

The 'Paradise' singer is set to visit eleven arenas after he performs his biggest ever show at Finsbury Park in London this July.

The tour will kick off in September at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena and finish at Sheffield Utilita Arena in October.

As part of the tour, he's visiting AO Arena on Friday, September 16.

And you can get presale tickets.

The news comes ahead of Ezra's newest album 'Gold Rush Kid' which will be released on streaming services and shelves on the 10th of June. 

So far from the album, the chart-topping singer has released hit singles 'Anyone For You' and recently dropped his second single from the album 'Green Green Grass'. 

Alongside the tour, George has partnered with YouTube Music to be its Sustainability Partner for 2022.

He said: "I am delighted to announce I will be working with YouTube Music as their Sustainability Partner for 2022.

"They have very generously provided a significant financial contribution to support a cause of my choosing; this is going to be The National Trust, who are working hard to reverse the decline in nature and reduce the impact of climate change by planting trees and restoring landscapes.

"Together, we’ll directly use this money to plant 17,000 trees across the UK."

Get Pre-sale tickets to George Ezra in Manchester 2022:

If you fancy getting tickets to see the award-winning singer you're in luck as you don't have to wait long to get your hands on them. 

Fans who pre-order Gold Rush Kid before 3pm on Tuesday April 26 able to access tickets via an exclusive pre-sale. 

Which goes live on Wednesday, April 27 at 10am via Ticketmaster.

George Ezra UK tour 2022

  • Sunday 17 July - Finsbury Park, London
  • Tuesday 13 September - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
  • Wednesday 14 September - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • Friday 16 September - The AO Arena, Manchester
  • Tuesday 20 September - Utilita Arena, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Thursday 22 September - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • Sunday 25 September - P&J Live, Aberdeen
  • Monday 26 September - The Ovo Hydro, Glasgow
  • Wednesday 28 September - SSE Arena, Belfast
  • Thursday 29 September - 3Arena, Dublin
  • Saturday 1 October - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • Sunday 2 October - Utilita Arena, Sheffield