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Double platinum and BRIT award-winning artist Paloma Faith will be playing live at Campbell Park on 17th July 2022.
Talking about the tour Paloma said, “I’ve been touring my recent album Infinite Things and it’s been so invigorating seeing everyone out on the road around the UK. I’ve loved playing live again and I am beyond excited to announce my Summer 2022 tour. I love nothing more than singing for you all and hearing you sing back to me. There’s nothing like it.”
Performing an array of hits from her extensive and much loved repertoire. These homecoming shows will have fans singing along to classics such as “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” and “Lullaby” as well as new songs from her fifth studio album “Infinite Things”.
It’s been a busy year for the singer with Paloma releasing her BBC documentary ‘Paloma Faith: As I Am’ earlier this year which received praise from critics and fans for it’s insight into the pop star’s life and frank discussions around motherhood. She also entered the world of interior design with the launch of her Paloma Home collection as well as filming season 3 of Pennyworth and the prequel series to Stephen Fears’ movie Dangerous Liaisons.
One of the UK’s best-loved singer / songwriters, James Morrison, has joined the lineup for this huge, outdoor Paloma Faith live date at Campbell Park. The BRIT Award winning artist has enjoyed a phenomenal career since his breakthrough smash hits ‘You Give Me Something’ and ‘Wonderful World’. His #1 debut album ‘Undiscovered’ became one of the biggest of the decade, reaching 5x Platinum status with over 1.5 million UK sales.
His recent ‘Greatest Hits’ album features reworked versions of all his big tracks, and he’s been preparing for Paloma Faith with a ‘Greatest Hits’ tour, taking in venues like the London Palladium. When he gets to Campbell Park this summer, he will be ready to put on a truly unforgettable show
With her spry pop framework, 21 year old Katie Kittermaster, from Hawkhurst Kent, articulates the melancholy of young adulthood with wit, warmth and clarity. On songs like ‘The Problem’ and ‘Lukewarm Lover’, Kittermaster is able to express some of the more difficult, confusing aspects of human relationships in a lucid, plain-spoken way. That makes her songs, even in their most downcast moments, a study of resolve, strength and triumph. Because in the end, that’s what great songs tend to do: they clear up murky matters into something more transparent and easy to grasp.
Katie’s post for You Needed Me on TikTok reached over 4 million views and current single Good Liar’s TikTok currently has 3.5 millions views and rising! Katie has seen a huge leap in TikTok support. After starting to tease her new music she has gained views above 7 million and 1.1 million likes, with thousands of comments. Katie has recently opened for Olly Murs on 4 arena shows in summer 2021 alongside Scouting For Girls, Sophie Ellis Bextor & HRVY! And also opened for Kaiser Chiefs, Soul II Soul, Gabrielle, Scouting For Girls and Rick Astley at the UK’s first series of Drive in Garden Party’s in 2020. She has toured the UK and Europe with Lucy Spraggan and Boyzlife (Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy) with 3 back to back tours.
Tickets: £47.50 plus booking fees
|Campbell Park Milton Keynes|
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|Show Date & Time|
|Sun 17th Jul||5:00pm|
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