Dua Lipa to play Arenas in 2020
Dua Lipa is going on tour next year, in support of her upcoming album Future Nostalgia.

Not a single venue with a capacity lower than 11,000 is part of the routing, proving the status Dua Lipa enjoys in Europe. According to a statement from Live Nation Spain, Dua Lipa sold 15,000 tickets for the two Spanish concerts that will kick off the "Future Nostalgia EU Tour 2020" in just a couple of hours.

It doesn`t come as a surprise: Dua Lipa already sold out arenas on her last tour, "The Self-Titled Tour," which ran between 2016 and 2018.

A lot of smaller-sized venues were part of the routing in Europe back then, like AFAS Live in Amsterdam, Nov. 5, 2017, where the artist sold out 5,857 tickets, and grossed $239,042, or Lotto Arena in Merksem, Belgium, Nov. 3, 2017, where she sold out 7,326 tickets, and grossed $264,037 according to Pollstar.

Dua Lipa is another artists that exemplifies how organic growth, i.e. moving through the venue capacities at a comfortable pace, builds a sustainable career.

She said, the time on the road with her band influenced her new album: "I wanted Future Nostalgia to have a lot more of a live element, but mixed together with modern electronic production. My sound has naturally matured a bit as I’ve grown up but I wanted to keep the same pop sensibility as I had on the first record. I remember that I was on my way to a radio show in Las Vegas thinking about the direction for this new record and I realised that what I wanted to make was something that felt nostalgic but had something fresh and futuristic about it too."

"Future Nostalgia EU Tour 2020" dates:

April 26 – WiZink Center – Madrid, Spain
April 28 – Palau Sant Jordi - Barcelona, Spain
April 30 – Mediolanum Forum – Assago, Italy
May 2 – Sportpaleis – Antwerpen, Belgium
May 4 – AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
May 5 – LANXESS arena – Cologne, Germany
May 7 – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 10 – Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark
May 12 – Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, Sweden
May 13 – Oslo Spektrum – Oslo, Norway
May 15 – Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
May 17 – Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany
May 19 – Wiener Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria
May 20 – Olympiahalle – Munich, Germany
May 26 – The O2 – London, UK
May 27 – The O2 – London, UK
June 1 – Manchester Arena – Manchester, UK
June 4 – First direct arena – Leeds, UK
June 7 – Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff, UK
June 10 – Arena Birmingham – Birmingham, UK
June 13 – Utilita Arena – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
June 15 – The SSE Hydro – Glasgow, UK
June 18 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
June 19 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland