Ellie Goulding is still currently number one in the Official UK Singles Chart with her hit ‘Burn’ which is a taken from her new album ‘Halcyon’.
The 26 year old British sensation is also set to perform at next months iTunes Festival before embarking on her own tour of the UK throughout October.
Ellie Goulding will play the iTunes Festival on the 22nd of September then will begin her tour on October 3rd in Sheffield. The star will then visit a variety of cities including Edinburgh, Newcastle, York, Wolverhampton, London, Manchester and many more.
Tickets for all Ellie Goulding shows are currently on sale and I for one am very excited to be going to see Ellie as she performs in Edinburgh on the 8th of October.
Earlier today though the star announced three arena dates for March 2014 which will see her visit Nottingham, Liverpool and then London.
Ellie Goulding has recently released her 2012 album ‘Halcyon’ as a repackaged version ‘Halcyon Days’ as she believes she still had a lot to offer from the tracks on the album and didn’t want them to be missed.
She also joined Taylor Swift on tour at the Staples Centre in LA where the pair performed ‘Anything Could Happen’ which Goulding released from her ‘Halcyon’ offering.
Speaking recently in an interview Ellie also revealed how she isn’t afraid to take risks with her music.
“I don’t want to think I can’t do [something] because no one’s ever done it before. I’ve always combined my love of folk music with electronic music and pop music.”
The full list of tour dates can be seen below including the new 2014 arena dates.
22nd Sept – iTunes Festival – The Roundhouse – London
3rd Oct – O2 Academy – Sheffield
4th Oct – Barbican – York
6th Oct – Civic Hall – Wolverhampton
7th Oct – O2 Academy – Newcastle
8th Oct – Usher Hall – Edinburgh
10th Oct – Great Hall – Cardiff
11th Oct – O2 Apollo – Manchester
12th Oct – Guildhall – Southampton
16th Oct – Hamersmith Apollo – London
18th Oct – O2 Apollo – Manchester
5th March – Capital FM Arena – Nottingham
8th March – Echo 2 – Liverpool
9th March – The O2 – London