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- Mar 31 2022Mar312022Find ticketsThu 19:00O2 Institute Birmingham - BirminghamCelesteLow Availability
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The ascending soul songstress
Get the album Not Your Muse here
Celeste Epiphany Waite was born in Culver City, California to parents of British and Jamaican heritage. Her family moved to London when she was three years older and settled near Brighton when she was a teen.
Influenced by legendary artists like Aretha Franklin and Ella Fitzgerald, Celeste got her start in music in 2014 providing vocals on tracks for electronic producers like Avicii. The singer-songwriter has released a pair of EPs – The Milk & The Honey in 2017 and Lately in 2019 – spawning popular tracks like Strange and Father’s Son. In December 2019, she headlined a sold-out run of shows at London’s Omeara.
The following year saw Celeste not only win BBC Music's Sound Of 2020 but also score the Rising Star award at the BRITs. In addition to captivating tracks such as Stop This Flame, I Can See The Change and Little Runaway, she co-wrote Hear My Voice with Golden Globe-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton, which was featured on Aaron Sorkin’s film The Trial Of The Chicago 7.
Capping off 2020, Celeste wrote and recorded the heartwarming original song A Little Love lauding small acts of kindness for John Lewis’ annual Christmas campaign. It entered the UK’s Top 40 a week after its release.
At the end of January 2021, Celeste's debut album Not Your Muse arrived. To support it, she confirmed a string of five shows at London’s Union Chapel for July 2021 along with a seven-city UK tour for spring 2022.
Celeste's UK tour dates
- 6 – 10 July 2021 – Union Chapel, London
- 31 March 2022 – O2 Institute Birmingham
- 3 April 2022 – O2 Academy Bristol
- 7 April 2022 – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
- 12 April 2022 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
- 13 April 2022 – Brighton Dome
- 16 April 2022 – Albert Hall, Manchester
- 17 April 2022 – Albert Hall, Manchester (new date added)
- 21 April 2022 – Roundhouse, London
- 21 April 2022 – Roundhouse, London (new date added)
Celeste adds two more dates in 2022
Due to demand, she's added extra shows in Manchester on 17 April and London on 22 April 2022.
Celeste announces 2022 UK tour
Following phenomenal demand for her 2021 shows at London's Union Chapel, she'll tour the country in spring 2022.
Celeste has announced a series of dates in London from 6 – 10 July 2021, followed by a UK tour from 31 March – 21 April 2022.
Celeste will be doing five performances at London's Union Chapel in summer 2021.
In spring 2022, she'll appear at the following venues:
- O2 Institute Birmingham
- O2 Academy Bristol
- Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
- Corn Exchange, Cambridge
- Brighton Dome
- Albert Hall, Manchester (for two nights)
- Roundhouse, London (for two nights)
Tickets for Celeste's 2021 London dates are on sale now. Tickets for Celeste's 2022 tour dates go on sale from 09:00 on Friday 5 February 2021.