Shawn Mendes Announces Massive ‘Wonder’ 2022 World Tour

1st October 2021 | Category: Concerts

Shawn Mendes has announced a world tour for 2022.

The Canadian pop star will hit the road next March for a run of UK and European headline shows that run until May.

Mendes is set to touch down in the UK on April 21, when he’ll perform at The O2 Arena in London. Dates will then follow in Birmingham (April 27), Glasgow (29), Sheffield (May 2), and Manchester (May 4).

King Princess will appear as the opening act at the UK/European concerts.

At the end of June, the singer’s ‘Wonder’ tour will resume for the first of two North American legs. Dermot Kennedy is set to support on the first stint, with Tate McRae opening during the second.

Running until late October, the US tour includes shows in Portland, New York, Austin, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, Houston, Montreal and other cities.

Tickets for the UK dates go on general sale on October 8 at 10am BST. A Europe and UK general fan presale and London Amex presale begins at the same time on October 5. You can find the full ticket details here – see the UK dates below.

April 21 – London, UK – The O2

April 27 – Birmingham, UK – Resorts World Arena

April 29 – Glasgow, UK – The SSE Hydro

May 2 – Sheffield, UK – Utilita Arena

May 4 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena

The tour is in support of his fourth studio album, Wonder, which arrived last December. The star’s latest release, debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200, making Mendes one of three male artists to earn four number one albums by 22 years old. His hits include chart-toppers such as “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back,” “Señorita” and “Stitches.”

In August, the singer dropped the LP single’s video for the Tainy-assisted “Summer of Love” and the pair performed the song at the VMAs earlier this month.

All available ticket info will be listed here.

Wonder: The World Tour

Show date and time: March 14, 2022 – October 26, 2022
Show location: Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ, US

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