Sean Paul to go on UK tour in April 2022

Sean Paul’s UK tour is set to kick off on April 11, 2022.

Declaring how badly he misses “dat live show energy”, multi Grammy-winning artiste, Sean Paul has announced a nine-show UK tour set for April 2022.

The dancehall star made the announcement via Instagram over the weekend. The tour follows his Grammy nomination in the Best Reggae album category for his Live N Livin project.

“I bin missin dat live show energy!!! UK HERE I COME!!! Where should I go next??? Drop UR flag below,” he posted. “Big up my UK fans! Cyaa wait 2 see unu!”

The UK Tour will be Sean Paul’s first in two years and his first in the United Kingdom since 2019. The artiste recently shared that since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, he has not left Jamaica.

The tour is set to get underway at the O2 Academy in Edinburgh on April 11, 2022 and conclude at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff on April 21.

“Big up my UK fans! Cyaa wait 2 see unu!”

Sean Paul

Sean Paul’s 2022 UK tour dates are as follows:

April 11 – O2 Academy, Edinburgh
April 12 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
April 13 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
April 15 – BEC Arena, Manchester
April 16 – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
April 17 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
April 19 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
April 20 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
April 21 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.

Sean Paul’s upcoming tour is also set to coincide with the release of his next studio album, Scorcher.

Scorcher which was initially slated to be released last May, was reportedly pushed back to early 2022. It is believed that the delay was caused by clearing issues as a number of international stars are rumoured to be a part of the project.

In January this year, Sean had revealed that Scorcher would have on its list of collaborators, singer Gwen Stefani, Sia, Shenseea, and Jada Kingdom, as well as Dumpling artiste Stylo G.

Just about a month ago, Sean Paul released Dynamite, a single which saw him collaborating once more with Australian singer-songwriter Sia. It was their second collaboration in five years following up on their mega successful 2016 hit, Cheap Thrills.

The visuals for the single has already amassed more than 3 million views on YouTube.