Loyle Carner has announced four outdoor summer shows in the UK and Ireland for 2024 – check out the dates below and purchase tickets here.

The south London artist and rapper will perform at Dublin’s Fairview Park on June 30, 2024, before stops in Halifax, Manchester and Glasgow.

A pre-sale email will go out to fans today (October 24) at 6pm BST, with an artist pre-sale set to go live Wednesday (October 25) at 10am BST here. General sale tickets will then be available from this Friday (October 27) at 10am BST here.


A press release has also teased a “hugely triumphant London live moment next summer too”, with more information due to be announced.

Loyle Carner performs at Royal Albert Hall, as a live recording is made of his Mercury Prize nominated album ‘Hugo’ on his birthday, on October 06, 2023 in London, England (CREDIT: Jack Hall/Getty Images)

Loyle Carner’s 2024 UK and Ireland tour dates are:

30 – Fairview Park, Dublin, Ireland

9 – The Piece Hall, Halifax, UK
10 – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester, UK
15 – SWG3 Galvanizers Yard, UK

The rapper’s newly announced dates follow a sold out show at London’s Royal Albert Hall earlier this month. His third album ‘Hugo’ came out one year ago, which NME praised in a four-star review for the artist’s “honest, unflashy” storytelling. It added: “Fatherhood pushes the London rapper to reconsider his story and offer a true representation of the facts on his third album.”

Speaking to NME at the BRIT Awards back in February, Carner said he’d been “very moved” by the response to the new record.


“I feel like it’s already done it’s job, it seems to have – and it continues to do so – lift people [up and] support people in a place they need it. I made something that I wanted to have when I was 16 that I didn’t have.”

Carner also said he was already back in the studio, telling NME that he “the desire to get straight back in, so I got straight back in and I’ve been working on new music”.

In other recent news from the artist, Carner opened up about the importance of using his live shows to speak out against toxic masculinity at the Mercury Prize awards this year.