‘Heavy Is The Head’ UK Tour
MARCH & April 2022
Stormzy has rescheduled the UK and Ireland dates on his ‘H.I.T.H World Tour’ to March & April of this year, originally postponed due to the pandemic..
You can catch Stormzy perform at the following venues…
13 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne
16 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
18 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
19 – AO Arena, Manchester
20 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
21 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
23 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
24 – BIC, Bournemouth
27 – The O2 Arena, London
28 –The O2 Arena, London
29 –The O2 Arena, London
01 – 3ARENA – Dublin
02 – 3ARENA – Dublin04 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
More tour details can be found here https://www.stormzy.com/#tour
Stormzy is one of UK’s most inspiring and influential cultural figures. His two albums to date; ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’ and ‘Heavy Is The Head’ both reached #1 in the UK album chart and were subsequently nominated for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize. His remarkable ascent has been accompanied by his honest and relatable character – a true spokesman of black empowerment and social activism, he has consistently stood up for people from all areas of life; encouraging his fans and listeners alike to speak openly about their beliefs and fight for their rights.
In July 2018, Stormzy announced #Merky Books, an imprint within Penguin Random House UK, dedicated to publishing the best new fiction, non-fiction and poetry, and in August 2018 he announced ‘The Stormzy Scholarship’, an annual studentship to fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge. In addition, earlier this year Stormzy announced that he will pledge 10 million pounds, over 10 years, to organisations, charities and movements that are committed to fighting racial inequality, justice reform and black empowerment within the UK.
Building momentum with impassioned support from his devoted fan base, Stormzy is now the proud possessor of over 30 awards including; 2 x BRIT Awards, 1 x Ivor Novello Award, 6 x MOBO Awards, 1 x Q Award, 1 x MTV EMA, 1 x BBC Music Award, 1 x Teen Choice Award, 3 x AIM Awards, 2 x BET Awards, 2 x British GQ Awards, 2 x Global Awards and many more. The Croydon-born MC has also broken records in the live sphere and last year became the first British rapper to ever headline Glastonbury Festival, one of the world’s biggest music festivals.