Texas Add Massive London Date To 2024 Arena Tour

Following a triumphant, stand out performance on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival this year which Rockshot Magazine were there to witness, Texas have added a massive date at The O2 in London on Thursday September 5th 2024. The show comes as part of their already announced 2024 arena tour, which sees the band play eight dates across the UK, including two hometown shows at The Hydro in Glasgow, the first of which is already sold out!

Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023

Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023 (Kalpesh Patel)
Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023 (Kalpesh Patel)

“This will be the first time we play The O2,” Sharleen Spiteri said of the date. “We’re all incredibly excited and it’s definitely going to be a night to remember.”

Known for their enthralling, high-energy shows, the run will see the band play a set of classic hits from their recently released The Very Best Of 1989 – 2023. Support across the dates come from the incredible KT Tunstall who Rockshot Magazine also went to check out this year as she delivered her latest record NUT in full at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

KT Tunstall @ Shepherd's Bush Empire

KT Tunstall @ Shepherd's Bush Empire (Kalpesh Patel)
KT Tunstall @ Shepherd's Bush Empire (Kalpesh Patel)

Pre-sale tickets for the band’s date at The O2 go on-sale Wednesday 22nd November at 10:00am GMT, with general sale Friday 24th November at 10:00am GMT HERE.Texas will play the following UK dates:

SEPTEMBER 2024
5th – The O2 Arena, London
6th – First Direct Arena, Leeds
7th – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
10th – International Centre, Bournmouth
11th – Utilita Arena, Cardiff
13th – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
14th – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
15th – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023

Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023 (Kalpesh Patel)
Texas @ Glastonbury Festival 2023 (Kalpesh Patel)

34 years since they recorded I Don’t Want A Lover, then watched, gobsmacked, as it reached #8 in the charts, Texas, one of the UK’s most loved bands, have gone on to produce ten studio albums, selling over 40 million records worldwide. The band celebrate their continued legacy with a special 2LP & 2CD compilation The Very Best Of 1989 – 2023 – out now on [PIAS] Recordings.

Live photography of Texas and KT Tunstall by Kalpesh Patel.

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