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Usher adds new dates to Past Present Future global tour in 2025 with new shows going on sale this week

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Usher has added new dates to his Past Present Future 2025 tour, and tickets for the additional shows will go on sale later this week.

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Usher has added new dates to his Past Present Future 2025 tour, and tickets for the additional shows will go on sale later this week.

The eight-time Grammy Award-winning artist has expanded the number of European dates on his world tour after originally announcing six dates last week for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.

Three more new shows will be on sale this week in London, Paris and Amsterdam for Usher’s 2025 European tour.

Usher will perform in London at the O2 on April 11, in Paris at the Accor Arena on April 16 and at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on April 26.

Pre-sales for the newly announced shows will begin at 10 a.m. local time on Wednesday, February 28.

Usher has added new dates to his Past Present Future 2025 tour, and tickets for the additional shows will go on sale later this week.

Usher has added new dates to his Past Present Future 2025 tour, and tickets for the additional shows will go on sale later this week.

The eight-time Grammy Award-winning artist has expanded the number of European dates on his world tour after originally announcing six dates last week for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.

The eight-time Grammy Award-winning artist has expanded the number of European dates on his world tour after originally announcing six dates last week for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.

The eight-time Grammy Award-winning artist has expanded the number of European dates on his world tour after originally announcing six dates last week for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.

Another window will open for Mastercard cardholders that same day at noon local time via Priceless with location-specific pre-sales starting at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday, February 29.

General ticket sales for Usher’s latest world tour will begin at 10 a.m. local time on Monday, March 4 on his artist website. UsherWorld.com.

Speaking about his upcoming tour, Usher said: “It’s been a minute, Europe! I’m as excited as you are to be back.

“The love for these shows has been incredible and I am truly blessed and grateful for each and every one of you.”

Reacting to the news of his 2025 tour, fans of the singer on X, formerly Twitter, took to the platform to express their excitement.

One user wrote: “I have to go to one of those European places for that Usher tour.”

A second praised the singer for giving more fans a chance to see him on tour, commenting: “I love the way Usher listens to his fans.”

“He added dates to his tour and just added tracks to his album that we begged him for after its release.”

Meanwhile, a third expressed concern for his well-being due to the number of dates, posting: “I know Usher is trying to give everyone a chance to see him but I’m worried about the number of dates on this tour.” [has].

“Even superstars need rest.”

Reacting to the news of his 2025 tour, fans of the singer on X, formerly Twitter, took to the platform to express their excitement.

Reacting to the news of his 2025 tour, fans of the singer on X, formerly Twitter, took to the platform to express their excitement.

Reacting to the news of his 2025 tour, fans of the singer on X, formerly Twitter, took to the platform to express their excitement.

The announcement of additional dates follows the star’s performance at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show this month, which became the most-watched Super Bowl halftime performance in history with an average of 129.3 million of visits according to Reception sports.

On stage, Usher opened the show on a high note with a super-short excerpt of his song Caught Up, from his 2004 hit album Confessions, followed by U Don’t Have To Call and his hit Love In This Club.

Alicia Keys joined Usher for the show as a special guest and she did not disappoint. The singer appeared in a custom red sequined Dolce & Gabbana jumpsuit to accompany her sinuous red piano.

Lil John and Ludacris were not far behind when they teamed up to accompany Usher on Yeah!, his 2004 mega-hit, and SHE accompanied him with her fast-paced guitar work.

The announcement of additional dates follows the star's performance at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show this month, which became the most-watched Super Bowl halftime performance in history.

The announcement of additional dates follows the star's performance at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show this month, which became the most-watched Super Bowl halftime performance in history.

The announcement of additional dates follows the star’s performance at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show this month, which became the most-watched Super Bowl halftime performance in history.

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