Sophie Ellis-Bextor will bring her Kitchen Disco from the screen to the stage this March, with her highly-anticipated Kitchen Disco Tour 2022.
The live shows will begin at Birmingham Symphony Hall on 7th March, and conclude in a huge finale at the iconic London Palladium on 30th March.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s now infamous live Instagram Kitchen Disco’s during Covid-19 were means of virtual escapism, and became weekly moments of united sequined catharsis for many.
Underneath the family’s sparkling kitchen disco ball, Sophie, her husband Richard Jones (who also plays bass in Sophie’s live band), and their children’s familial exuberance put a smile on the face of the hundreds of thousands watching live on Instagram. The individual videos of songs from the performances also garnered millions of views on Twitter.
The shows led to Sophie’s second greatest hits compilation ‘Songs from the Kitchen Disco’, which was released in November 2020 and went Top 10 in the UK Album Charts.
Now Sophie will bring these shows to life for the very first time with her Kitchen Disco Tour; bringing together all of the camp and frivolity of her original show to live stages across the country.
Holiday Sidewinder has been added as a special guest for the tour, bringing her unique brand of tongue-in-cheek pop to get the party started with tracks from her 2018 album ‘Forever or Whatever’, and last year’s ‘Face of God’, which was listed as one of NME’s top Australian albums of the year.
Tickets are on sale now here.
2022 Tour Dates:
Mon 7 March Birmingham Symphony Hall
Tue 8 March Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Wed 9 March Bath Forum
Fri 11 March Warrington Parr Hall
Sat 12 March Sheffield City Hall
Mon 14 March Cardiff Tramshed
Wed 16 March Guildford G Live – SOLD OUT
Thu 17 March Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion – SOLD OUT
Sat 19 March Poole Lighthouse
Sun 20 March Basingstoke The Anvil
Mon 21 March Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Wed 23 March Bradford St George’s Hall **
Thu 24 March Newcastle City Hall
Fri 25 March Manchester Bridgewater Hall – SOLD OUT
Sun 27 March Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Tue 29 March Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Wed 30 March London Palladium
** Moved from original Leeds Town Hall date