Due to the coronacrisis and the measures taken in this context, ‘James Blunt’ initially planned on April 16, 2021 will therefore be postponed. The date is now set on Friday October 1, 2021.
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Support act: Emily Roberts
English singer-songwriter James Blunt will perform at the Lotto Arena in Antwerp on Friday April 16th 2021. After his 2005 blockbuster hit ‘You’re Beautiful’ the former army officer has sold over 23 million albums worldwide. In Antwerp James Blunt will present his latest album ‘Once Upon A Mind’.
For his sixth album Blunt returns to what he does best – starkly honest, emotionally charged, melodically rich songwriting and performance. Never before was James so emotionally invested in an album. A record that is dedicated to his father, who is ill with stage four Chronic Kidney Disease. ‘If I was to dedicate this album to anyone, it would be him.’
For 10 months Blunt worked in studios in London, Los Angeles and Nashville, together with trusted collaborators including Jimmy Hogarth, songwriters Amy Wadge and Wayne Hector, producer Steve Robson and legendary mixer Tom Rothrock. But it’s all been to his script – to the point, he cheerfully admits, where he’s probably bugged his production and mixing teams to distraction. ‘One thing I learnt from the army is attention to detail.’ He fears he’s driven some people mad, and may have risked doing the same to himself. No matter. It had to be that way. ‘Every second of it has been worth it. I love the results. This one really means something to me.’
Expect lots of new material from ‘Once Upon A Mind’ during his Antwerp show. Singles like ‘Cold’ and ‘The Truth’, but also classics like ‘Goodbye My Lover’ and more recent collaborations ‘Melody’ with Lost Frequencies.
Seats and pricing
Premium seat: 73,30 euro
Seats: 62,10 euro
Seats: 50,90 euro
Standing: 39,70 euro
Wheelchair user: 50,90 euro
Please note that there is an additional service cost of 2 euros per ticket for tickets bought at the box office.
Important message: delayed ticket transfer! You’ll receive your tickets at the earliest 4 weeks before the event.