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How to get tickets for Usher’s 2025 UK tour in London, including price

Everything you need to know about the pop superstar’s ‘Past Present Future’ tour in the UK

India Lawrence
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India Lawrence

Say yeah! Usher is officially back. After the success of his Super Bowl halftime show, the singer has just announced a 2025 UK and Europe stadium tour, and he’s coming to London. Usher will be playing out noughties R&B bangers for several nights at the O2 Arena in April 2025 as part of his ‘Past Present Future’ tour. 

Following exceptional levels of demand and nine sold-out shows, Usher has added a final extra date. He’ll now be playing ten (!) nights at the O2. From prices to general sale dates, here’s everything you need to know about getting tickets to see Usher in London. 

When is Usher going on his UK and Europe tour in 2025?

The UK and European leg of the ‘Past Present Future’ tour will take place from March 29 2025 to May 1 2025

When is Usher playing at London’s O2?

The ‘DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love’ singer will play London on March 19, April 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 11 and May 6 and 7

When do tickets go on sale?

The tickets for Usher’s tenth and final O2 show next year will go on sale at 10am on March 22. You’ll be able to buy them on the official website here

Tickets for the first load of shows went on sale on Thursday February 22 at 12pm GMT, and you could purchase tickets to the UK dates on Ticketmaster here. Tickets for European shows can be found here. Pre-sales went live at 10am on Tuesday (February 20). 

How much will tickets cost?

This is how much tickets cost: 

  • General admission standing – £105.10
  • Level 1 A seats – £144.10
  • Level 4 A seats – £105.10
  • Level 4 B seats – £88.85
  • Level 4 C seats – £77.60

Where else is Usher touring as part of his 2025 European tour?

Usher will be hitting up Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin in his whistle-stop tour of Europe. 

What’s been said about the tour so far?

Looking at the huge success of Usher’s Super Bowl show – with flashy costumes, high-energy choreography and surprise guests including Alicia Keys and – the singer is likely to pull out all the stops on his nostalgic stadium tour. 

‘Both a celebration of his 30-year career and a continuation of it… meticulously, mellifluously hitting his marks,’ the Guardian wrote in a review. 

‘Europe, you ready?’ Usher said in a statement. ‘After the epic experience at the Super Bowl and the huge demand for shows across North America, I’m happy to announce I’m coming your way as well – for shows in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin. This tour is both a celebration of the past 30 years and a glimpse into the future. We are just getting started!’

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