The singer will stop by nine cities as she makes her way across the British Isles
Katy Perry will bring her Prism tour to the UK next year, announcing the dates for her upcoming shows through her official Twitter page yesterday (18 Nov.). The UK dates are the first to be unveiled by Perry as part of her Prismatic World Tour, with the full dates for her globe-covering tour expected to be announced by Perry in the coming weeks.
Katy Perry will be taking her Prismatic tour across the globe
The tour is designed to be a "multi-faceted spectacular" and will include a special standing pit around the stage called "The Reflection Section" that will allow Katy to be "closer than ever to her fans," according to the official Katy Perry website. The singer will take Swedish pop duo Icona Pop on the UK leg of her tour, and the duo may follow her to the various destinations she will head to on her travels. Her website goes on to say that the world tour will potentially be a year-long extravaganza.
She tweeted: "#THEPRISMATICWORLDTOUR is coming May 2014! First stop: UK! Tix on sale FRIDAY, 11/22 at http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk...I’m bringing my friends @iconapop to Belfast, Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and LONDON!"
DON'T WORRY - more GLOBAL tour dates coming soon! I can't wait to get closer to ALL of you than ever before! #THEPRISMATICWORLDTOUR— Katy Perry (@katyperry) November 18, 2013
The singer will begin her tour of the UK in Belfast, arriving on 7 May, before heading to Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield, before finishing up with a three night residency at London's O2 Arena. The full list of tour dates is available below.
ECSTATIC to announce: pic.twitter.com/F75dul8G9a— Katy Perry (@katyperry) November 18, 2013
Katy Perry’s full UK 2014 tour dates:
7 May – Belfast Odyssey Arena
10 May – Newcastle Metro Arena
11 May – Nottingham Capital FM Arena
13 May – Birmingham LG Arena
17 May – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
20 May – Manchester Phones 4U Arena
21 May – Liverpool Echo Arena
23 May – Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
27, 28, 30 May – London O2 Arena