AURORA has added two extra shows in Dublin and Edinburgh to her upcoming UK and European tour – see all the dates below. 

The Norwegian alt-pop singer is preparing to release her new album ‘What Happened To The Heart?’ in June, after which she will be playing a string of shows around the continent in September and October. 

And now, she has confirmed that there will be two extra performances: in the National Stadium in Dublin on June 26, and at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on October 5. Tickets for the shows can be found here


Announcing the additions on her Instagram page, she wrote: “I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be adding shows in both Dublin and Edinburgh to my upcoming tour! (Which is fantastic, because the earth here feels so much like home).” 

She added that fans who pre-order the new album here by 3pm UK time on May 7 will have exclusive early access to tickets for the shows. 

AURORA’s 2024 UK and European headline tour dates are: 

26 – National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland 


18 – Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
20 – Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
21 – Sportovní hala Fortuna, Prague, Czechia
23 – Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland
24 – COS Torwar, Warsaw, Poland
25 – UFO, Berlin, Germany
27 – Forest National, Belgium, Brussels
28 – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
30 – L’Olympia, Paris, France 

2 – Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
4 – O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
5 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK 

Her new album ‘What Happened To The Heart?’ is set for release on June 7 via Decca Records/Glassnote/Petroleum and marks her first full-length LP since her 2022 release, ‘The Gods We Can Touch’. It is available to pre-order here


AURORA recently told NME about the time that she asked The Chemical Brothers’ Tom Rowlands to “puke vomit all over” a song on the album

“We feel like two little aliens walking around, and we have the same hunger for something exceptional,” she said when discussing her work with Rowlands. “I’m really grateful. I texted him one evening just saying, ‘Tom – puke vomit all over my song please’. And he did, for like four hours.” 

She also expanded on the album’s title and themes, saying: “People knew that love is [in the heart], family is here, pain in here; we’ve known this for so many years. In ancient indigenous cultures, the heart was a symbol of spirituality: the gateway between us all.” 

“But what happened to the heart? It’s the most important, beautiful and sad question I’ve ever wondered in my life.”