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Usher adds two more London dates to 2025 European tour

Usher has added two more London shows to his 2025 European tour. Find ticket details below.The dates come as part of the R&B icon’s upcoming ‘Past Present Future’ tour, which is set to commence in the US later this year and will see him play shows across the globe over 12 months.The European leg of the world tour is set to start next April, following a string of tour dates across North America throughout 2024.

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Usher on his upcoming tour: ‘I’m in your face! You have to put your phone down!’
what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.But apparently that doesn’t apply to Usher’s sold-out “My Way” residency, which led to him scoring the biggest gig in music — the headlining spot at the Super Bowl halftime show — at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas last Sunday.After his epic halftime show — featuring all-star support from special guests Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Lil Jon, H.E.R., and Jermaine Dupri — Usher married longtime love Jennifer Goicoechea, and then said goodbye to Sin City, which had been their homebase since his residency started at the Dolby Live — Park MGM in 2022.But Usher is planning to bring the Vegas experience to his upcoming Past Present Future Tour, which kicks off Aug. 14 in Atlanta — the city that started it all for the 45-year-old superstar when he made his self-titled debut at 15 in 1994.“The reality is that, naturally, I want the rest of the world to have access to what people felt from these theater shows that I had here in Las Vegas,” Usher told The Post.“I’m going to curate it in a much different way because now I’m playing, obviously, bigger spaces, but I get a chance to immerse people in this experience and bring it live directly to you.”And even going from a theater to arenas — including four shows at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Sept.
Welcome to the Rodeo-sance: Beyoncé goes country on 2 new surprise singles
Beyoncé is entering her Cowgirl Era.If you thought that Bey was just randomly rocking cowboy hats all of a sudden — from the promo pics for her “Renaissance” album and tour to merch and her Grammys look just over a week ago — then you don’t know Bey.And like the marketing queen that she is, she used the biggest audience possible — in a Super Bowl 2024 commercial for Verizon that ended with Beyoncé saying “Drop the new music” — to tease the arrival of two new surprise country singles: “Texas Hold ’Em” and “16 Carriages.”On a night that was supposed to belong to another pop superstar — Super Bowl LVIII halftime show headliner Usher — once again B was causing all the conversation.(We’re sure that Usher was all good with it — after his epic extravaganza at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, he reportedly went ahead and got married to his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Goicoechea.)But here we are beginning what is “Act II” of the “Renaissance” rollout, which began with “Act I” — a house-music manifesto led by her No. 1 hit “Break My Soul” — in 2022.But judging by “Texas Hold ’Em” and “16 Carriages,” Beyoncé is now taking us from the clubs to the country on “Act II,” which, thankfully — no surprises here — we know is due March 29.Welcome to the Rodeo-sance.It shouldn’t be a complete shock that the all-time Grammy winner can actually do country music.