Mariah Carey Sets First European Tour in Twelve Years

by Music-News.com Newsdesk

Live Nation has announced that Mariah Carey will be returning to the European stage this spring with her ‘Sweet Sweet Fantasy” tour.

On the heels of a sell-out Las Vegas residency and one of the most exciting years of her extraordinary career, the global superstar will be taking her fans on a thrilling journey of wonder as she performs her biggest, career-defining hits. To reward her legions of super-loyal European fans, the Sweet Sweet Fantasy tour will visit six cities in the UK before taking in mainland Europe. The dates are Mariah’s first on this side of the Atlantic since the European leg of her celebrated, groundbreaking “Charmbracelet” tour concluded in Milan in November 2003.

Drawing on a back catalogue of over 18 No. 1 singles, Mariah will be performing her biggest hits, including the timeless Hero, Fantasy, Always Be My Baby, the global smash hit We Belong Together and many, many more.

The UK leg of Mariah’s “Sweet Sweet Fantasy” tour, opens in Glasgow on March 15 2016, before visiting Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and finishing with London’s O2 Arena.

The tour will then take in Luxembourg, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, France and the Netherlands before concluding with a few very special performances in South Africa.

“Lambily, it’s been too long!! I’m so excited to be coming to Europe to perform for you all. I promise we’re going to share the most amazing moments together and I have so many surprises in store for you daahhlings! Can’t wait to see you all in your hometowns. Love Mariah xx”

Tickets for the South African dates go on sale at 9 AM and Copenhagen at 10 AM on Thursday, December 17 . Tickets for the remaining European dates go on sale from 9 AM on Friday, December 18.

Mariah's European Sweet Sweet Fantasy tour dates:
  • 03/15 - Glasgow, Scotland - SSE Hyrdo
  • 03/17 - Leeds, UK - First Direct Arena
  • 03/18 - Manchester, UK - Manchester Arena
  • 03/20 - Birmingham, UK - Barclaycard Arena
  • 03/21 - Cardiff, UK - Motorpoint Arena
  • 03/23 - London, UK - O2 Arena
  • 03/26 - Luxembourg - Rockhal
  • 03/27 - Brusells, Belgium - Forest National
  • 03/29 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Forum
  • 03/31 - Oslo, Norway - Spektrum
  • 04/02 - Stockholm, Sweden - Ericsson Globe
  • 04/04 - Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall
  • 04/06 - Tallinn, Estonia - Saku Arena
  • 04/07 - Riga, Latvia - Arena Riga
  • 04/09 - Kaunas, Lithuania - Kaunas Arena
  • 04/11 - Krakow, Poland - Tauron Arena
  • 04/13 - Cologne, Germany - Lanxess
  • 04/14 - Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle
  • 04/16 - Milan, Italy - Medioianum Forum
  • 04/18 - Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion
  • 04/19 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle
  • 04/21 - Paris, France - Bercy
  • 04/23 - Amsterdam, Holland - Ziggo Dome

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