Updated: Thursday, 14th November 2019 @ 1:54pm

Jorja Smith's biggest ever tour to swing into Manchester's Albert Hall for TWO gigs

Jorja Smith's biggest ever tour to swing into Manchester's Albert Hall for TWO gigs

| By Svar Nanan-Sen

Jorja Smith will give Manchester a double dose of her infectious pop spirit when she comes to the city in just under two weeks’ time as part of her fourth UK tour.

The singer-songwriter is all set perform back-to-back gigs for her adoring fans when she hits the stage at the Albert Hall on October 10 and 11.

The current tour is an accompaniment to the release of her new record Lost & Found.

This is her first studio album but it has already sparked rave reviews from media outlets up and down the country.

The Walsall-born musician, who burst onto the scene in 2016 with her critically acclaimed debut single Blue Lights, is also well known for supporting pop sensation Bruno Mars on the US leg of his tour in 2017.

Having kicked-off 2018 as BRITs Critics’ Choice winner, this will be Jorja Smith’s second UK tour within the year.

Smith is also scheduled to headline shows across Norwich, Bristol, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and Nottingham before concluding with two dates at London’s O2 Brixton Academy – making this her biggest tour to date.

It’s clear that music fans will welcome Jorja with open arms considering that the October 10 gig is already sold out.

*You can buy tickets HERE for Jorja’s gig at Manchester’s Albert Hall on Thursday, October 11.