Ashanti to embark on UK tour to celebrate 20 years of debut single FoolishMarch 3, 2022
CALLING all noughties fans, R&B sensation Ashanti isgoing on a UK tour and here's how you can tickets.
She'll be playing four major arena dates, including Wembley Arena.
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If you want to see the "Foolish" hitmaker on tour, then here's everything you need to know.
Tickets will go on sale from Ticketmaster and AXS, and they are not to be missed.
She'll be supported by Trey Songz and Mario for four dates in London, Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester and its not to be missed.
Tickets are available here, and will go on general sale March 4 at 10am.
Ashanti UK 2022 Tour Dates
- May 29: OVO Arena Wembley, London – click here
- May 31: First direct Arena Leeds – click here
- June 1: Utilita Arena, Birmingham – click here
- June 2: AO Arena, Manchester –click here
Since bursting onto the scene 20 years ago, Ashanti has sold a staggering 15 million records across six studio albums.
With her eponymous debut album, she is famous for breaking the world record for achieving the highest first-week sales for a debut female artist.
Now, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of debut single Foolish, the Grammy Award winning artist is back on the road.
Supporting her will be two huge names in R&B, Trey Songz; famous for huge hits ‘Bottom’s Up’, ‘Say Aah’ and ‘Heart Attack’, and Mario; know for singles ‘Just A Friend’ and ‘Let Me Love You’.
If you're looking for a touch of nostalgia and an evening full of R&B – you can't go wrong with Ashanti.
Get your tickets before they go.
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