Christine And The Queens announces new UK and world tour dates

The French star has been teasing new music of late

Christine And The Queens have announced a new raft of UK and world tour dates.

The French star previously confirmed a handful of gigs in Los Angeles, New York, London, and Paris, to take place this autumn and winter.

Now, as the musician prepares to follow-up 2016 debut album ‘Chaleur Humaine‘, she has extended that run to include new shows across Europe, the UK, and North America. The tour will now start in Luxembourg on October 11, with new UK and Ireland tour dates including Bournemouth, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester, and Dublin.

Christine And The Queens’ new tour dates are as follows:

Luxembourg, Rockhal (October 11)
Brussels, Forest National (12)
Amsterdam, AFAS Live (13)

Berlin, Columbiahalle (15)
Stockholm, Nobelberget (17)
Seattle, The Showbox (23)
Oakland, Fox Theater (26)
Philadelphia, Union Transfer (November 2)
Washington, 9:30 Club (4)
Toronto, The Danforth Music Hall (5)
Montreal, Place Bell (6)
Bournemouth, BIC (17)
Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall (23)
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (24)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (26)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (27)
Dublin, RDS (30)
Nantes, Zenith (December 4)
Bordeaux, Metropole Arena (5)
Montpellier, Zenith Sud (6)
Geneva, Arena (11)
Strasbourg (12)
Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier (14)
Toulouse, Zenith (15)

Previously announced tour dates are as follows:

Los Angeles, The Wiltern (October 27)
New York, Brooklyn Steel (October 31, November 1)
London, Eventim Apollo (November 20, 21)

Paris, AccorHotels Arena (December 18)

Tickets for the new dates will go on sale at 9am local time on Thursday (April 26) and can be purchased here.

Last week, the star – whose real name is Héloïse Letissier – shared a short, silent clip on Twitter that showed her twisting her arms in the air. She captioned the post: “New sounds are even more sweatier.”

No release date for the follow-up to ‘Chaleur Humaine’ has been announced at present, but her second album is expected to be released later this year.