Mae Muller Announces 2023 UK and Ireland Tour

Ahead of representing the United Kingdom at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest, Mae Muller has announced a major UK and Ireland tour for November 2023, with tickets going on sale Friday 5th May at 10am here and also through Ticketmaster Ireland for the Dublin show.

Mae’s Eurovision entry, the euphoric and fierce “I Wrote A Song” (listen here/watch here) marks the beginning of a dynamic new era for the rising pop superstar and is her first new music of 2023. The instant earworm became the first UK Eurovision entry to debut inside the Top 40 in its first week since 2011.

A bold voice of a frustrated generation, Mae Muller makes pop music that packs a real punch. With a deft ability to celebrate the female experience and capture a generational mood, she has amassed a huge following, garnering millions of listeners. While a fierce feminism often informs her writing, her new music exposes a more vulnerable side as Mae explores love and loss, dating and relationships with fearless honesty, confronting her own experiences whilst also capturing the broader frustrations of young women today,

“I feel like I’m slowly learning to be vulnerable. I can be strong, sassy, confident, and I can be sad and have my low moments: I’m still me.. It’s just as empowering to show both sides.”

Preceding her major headline tour, Mae will be appearing at festivals across the UK this summer. Don’t miss Mae Muller representing the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 13th May on BBC One.


Mon 20 Nov                     Glasgow SWG3 (TV Studio)

Tue 21 Nov 2023             Manchester O2 Ritz

Thu 23 Nov 2023             London Roundhouse

Fri 24 Nov 2023               Birmingham O2 Institute

Sat 25 Nov 2023              Leeds Beckett Student’s Union

Mon 27 Nov 2023           Dublin Academy

Follow Mae Muller online on her official website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok.

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