Usher has announced his highly requested European leg of his 'Past Present Future Tour' - including three nights at London's The O2 arena.

Usher is heading across the pond this spring

Usher is heading across the pond this spring

After headlining the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show in Las Vegas earlier this month, fans across the pond have been begging the 'Caught Up' hitmaker to do some shows in the UK and the rest of Europe.

The 30th anniversary run will kick off with two consecutive concerts at The O2 on April 1 and April 2, before he returns to the venue a few days later, on April 5.

The 'Yeah!' hitmaker will then cross the Channel to play Paris' Accor Arena on April 15, followed by Amsterdam and Berlin on April 22 and May 1, respectively.

The North American leg sold-out swiftly, leading to more dates being added due to phenomenal demand.

Usher, 45, said: “Europe, you ready? After the epic experience at the Super Bowl and the huge demand for shows across North America, I’m happy to announce I’m coming your way as well - for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin. This tour is both a celebration of the past 30 years and a glimpse into the future. We are just getting started!"

Tickets will be available on Thursday (22.02.24) 12pm local time, via


Tues 01 April – London, UK – The O2 Arena

Wed 02 April – London, UK – The O2 Arena

Sat 05 April – London, UK – The O2 Arena

Tues 15 April – Paris, France – Accor Arena

Tues 22 April – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Ziggo Dome

Thurs 01 May – Berlin, Germany – Uber Arena

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