Usher Announces UK and European Dates For His 2025 Global Tour

Fresh from his iconic Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime show, superstar sensation Usher has announced dates for his upcoming tour USHER: Past, Present and Future, kicking off in 2025. 

Usher is finally returning to Europe in April 2025. Along with the halftime show at the Super Bowl, Usher has just completed eight shows in Paris, which delighted fans and critics. Every night was a stand out event, packed with celebrity admirers and spectacular sets. 

Speaking about his upcoming tour Usher said, “Europe, are you ready? After the epic experience at the Super Bowl and the huge demand for shows across North America, I’m happy to announce I’m coming your way as well – for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin. This tour is both a celebration of the past 30 years and a glimpse into the future. We’re just getting started!”. 

The tour, which will be produced by Live Nation, will be a celebration of Usher’s 30 year storied career, including songs from COMING HOME, his ninth studio album which was released in February this year. 

His Super Bowl performance has been highly praised, with The Guardian saying, “Both a celebration of his 30 year career and a continuation of it, meticulously, mellifluously hitting his marks.”

The Evening Standard backed this up by commenting that Usher is, “A pro at commanding some of the most intimidating venues in the world”. 

His performance was a stand out part of the night for fans, as he brought out special guests Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Lil Jon, H.E.R., Wil.I.Am and Jermaine Dupri. Performing on the world’s biggest stage, during the most watched Super Bowl of all time, Usher truly showed millions across the globe what makes his shows so special, guaranteeing fans old and new will not want to miss his tour. 

Fans can expect breathtaking showmanship, greatest loved hits, along with new classics and a night to remember. 

Tickets for the tour are on sale now.

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