Declan McKenna Announces ‘One Night At The Royal Albert Hall’

Following his recent run of sell-out shows which saw him perform for tens of thousands of fans across the country, Declan McKenna is excited to announce a very special night of live music at London’s Royal Albert Hall for 2nd May 2022.

Exclusive fan and venue mailing list pre-sales will go live on Weds 24th November at 9am, followed by general sale on Thursday 25th at 9am here.

The second half of 2021 has been an explosive few months for the young musician, wowing huge crowds on the festival circuit with already firm fan-favourite tracks from his UK #2 second album Zeros and undertaking a completely sold-out UK headline run. With plenty more live dates still to be announced, next year is already looking like a busy one with a slew of UK shows following the Royal Albert Hall show in early May, followed by a run of rescheduled European shows, plus new festival confirmations at Boardmasters and the Tramlines Festival in Sheffield.

Declan McKenna Live 2022 (tickets from

2nd May – Royal Albert Hall, London
4th May – O2 Academy, Liverpool SOLD OUT
5th May – Albert Hall, Manchester SOLD OUT
6th May – Albert Hall, Manchester SOLD OUT
9th May – Rock City, Nottingham SOLD OUT
12th May – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
13th May – Cyprus Avenue, Cork (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
16th May – Le Stereolux, Nantes (rescheduled show)
18th May – Le Trabendo, Paris (rescheduled show)
19th May – Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing (rescheduled show)
20th May – Trix, Antwerp (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
22nd May – Maassilo, Rotterdam (rescheduled show)
23rd May – Melkweg, Amsterdam (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
24th May – Mojo, Hamburg (rescheduled show)
25th May – Luxor, Cologne (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
27th May – Columbia Theater, Berlin (rescheduled show)
28th May – Roxy, Prague (rescheduled show)
29th May – Progresja, Warsaw (rescheduled show)
7th July – Musilac Festival, Aix-les-Bains
14th July – Benicassim, Spain
22nd July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
13th August – Boardmasters, Cornwall

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