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Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack in Soho remembered 25 years on: ‘We will never forget’

April 30, 1999, was supposed to mark no more than the start of a bank holiday weekend, but a deadly nail bomb attack at the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho confined the date to a dark page in history for London’s LGBTQ+ community.

Three people lost their lives in the attack, and 79 more were injured. It was the third bombing in two weeks targeting vulnerable groups in the British capital—on April 17, a nail bomb exploded in Brixton injuring 47 people, and another blast took place in Brick Lane on April 24, harming six people.

Five years ago, in 2019, the campaigning group 17-24-30 NationalHCAW, which also organises National Hate Crime Awareness Week, teamed up with Pride in London to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Admiral Duncan bombing in Soho.

Ahead of the anniversary, venues along Old Compton Street, the beating heart of London’s gaybourhood where the Admiral Duncan is located, were asked to display LGBTQ+ pride flags.

“Hate crime is just a heartbeat away for a lot of gay, lesbian, trans, bisexual people, and they face the risk and the threat of hate at any moment in their lives.”

— Ian Adams

Today (30 April 2024) marks 25 years since the tragedy; to mark the grim anniversary there is another commemoration taking place outside of the Admiral Duncan, with the London’s Gay Men’s Choir performing.

London’s Metropolitan Police also paid tribute to the victims:

As did many others, including Brighton drag queen Stephen Richards, who tweeted: “25 years ago today when David Copeland bombed the Admiral Duncan injured 79 people & killed John Light, Nik Moore, Andrea Dykes & her unborn child. We will never forget & always stand against hatred towards the LGBTQ+ community.”

The person responsible for the bombings was arrested in May that year and later condemned to six life sentences—organisers of the commemoration asked for his name to be withheld from publication to prevent him from achieving his goal of being immortalised for the attacks.

A far-right fanatic who was 23 years old at the time of the attacks, he had picked the locations for the attacks on the basis of their association with the black community, the Asian community and the LGBTQ+ community.

The victims of the Admiral Duncan attack were 27-year-old Andrea Dykes, who was pregnant with her child, her friend Nik Moore, 31, and her husband’s best man John Light, 32.

David Morely, affectionately known as Sinders in the community, survived the bombing at the Admiral Duncan where he worked as a bartender, but was killed in a homophobic beating on the South Bank on October 30, 2004 by a group of teenagers. Thomas Douglas, another survivor of the attack, who passed away in 2017.

Remembering the Admiral Duncan nail bomb Attack in Soho 25 years later

Westminster councillor Ian Adams had gone out to Soho the evening of the attack, approaching Old Compton Street a few minutes after the bomb exploded shortly after 6.30pm.

“There was a lot of disruption of the roads and some of the roads were closed and there was police tape towards the end of Old Compton Street. There was a certain eeriness about the place. There was no panic and there were a lot of people milling around,” he tells PinkNews.

“I think the community was just there together as one and wanting to provide reassurance to one another that people were alright,” he recalls. “This is a very extreme case of hatred being played out on our streets but I’m very very conscious that today, hate crime is just a heartbeat away for a lot of gay, lesbian, trans, bisexual people, and they face the risk and the threat of hate at any moment in their lives.”

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Human rights activist Peter Tatchell (centre) at a vigil organized by the direct action gay rights campaigning group OutRage! in Old Compton Street, Soho, London, 7th May 1999.
Human rights activist Peter Tatchell (centre) at a vigil organised by the direct action gay rights campaigning group OutRage! in Old Compton Street, Soho, London, 7th May 1999. (Steve Eason/Getty)

LGBTQ+ campaigner Peter Tatchell tells PinkNews he was “stunned but not surprised” by news of the attack.

“After the bombings of the black and Asian communities, I had been warning that the bomber was probably a far right extremist who might attack LGBT+ venues. Together with my OutRage! colleagues, I had been urging gay bars to conduct bag searches. The police initially dismissed our concerns—[they] accused us of ‘scaremongering,’” he says.

OutRage! activists were among those who organised the first commemoration of the bombings’ victims, a week following the attack, demanding tougher action to combat anti-LGBTQ+ hate crimes.

“The highlight was the public premiere of Holly Johnson’s moving new single, ‘The Power of Love.’ It bought tears to my eyes,” Tatchell recalls.

“There is no room for complacency, with the rise of far right and Islamist extremism.”

— Peter Tatchell

Mark Healey, Founder of 17-24-30 NationalHCAW, said in a statement: “It’s hugely important that our communities come together to mark the anniversaries of these horrendous events. We have a duty to remember those we lost, to show our ongoing support to those affected by these attacks, and most importantly to educate the next generation to make sure these kinds of attacks never happen again.”

Tatchell too emphasised the importance of commemorating the event to raise awareness of the struggles the LGBT+ community has faced and continues to face.

“It is vital that young LGBTQ+ people know the history of our persecution and our struggle to overcome it,” he says. “There is no room for complacency, with the rise of far right and Islamist extremism. A similar terrorist attack could happen in the future. There are still fanatics who hate us.”

“We’re good at dealing with the immediate aftermath of these kinds of attacks but more needs to be done to deal with their longer-term impact on our communities.”

— Mark Healey

Healey also called for more support for the victims of hate crime.

He said: “We’re good at dealing with the immediate aftermath of these kinds of attacks but more needs to be done to deal with their longer-term impact on our communities.

“Some of the survivors and the families affected by these attacks are still suffering and need more support. I hope our April Acts of Remembrance inspire people to get involved, to build stronger links between all our communities and ensure there is no place for hate amongst us.”

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Too many LGBTQ+ TV characters disappeared this year because their series was canceled: report

queer shows series canceled The Last of Us A League of Their Own Our Flag Means DeathThe amount of LGBTQ+ characters on television is decreasing, and a significant chunk are disappearing because their show was canceled or ended.

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Forty years on, the Pet Shop Boys still delivering pure pop earworms

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If you didn’t know better, you wouldn’t automatically recognise the when seeing them in civilian dress. Arriving for an interview at the record company’s offices in West London to discuss their new album, singer Neil Tennant (69) is dressed smartly, almost posh, while his colleague and keyboardist Chris Lowe (64) appears in a washed-out hoodie. “He didn’t dress up,” says Tennant with a grin about his colleague, who – unlike in photos and at concerts – is not wearing his sunglasses. The Pet Shop Boys are in the best of spirits – and it’s no wonder. After around 40 years in the bus…

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Sharon Stone Shines at GLAAD Awards, Praises Niecy Nash, Oprah & the Power of Community

Sharon Stone brought her signature blend of Hollywood glamour and social consciousness to the 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards! The actress presented an award to her friend Niecy Nash and used the platform to celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion and uplift inspiring women.

Sharon Stone Praises 'Wonderful' Friend Oprah
Sharon Stone Praises ‘Wonderful’ Friend Oprah

A Night of Friendship and Recognition: Sharon’s excitement was palpable as she spoke to “Extra’s” Melvin Robert. She gushed about Niecy and her spouse Jessica Betts, calling them “wonderful people” and playfully adding, “We’ve worked together, and we play together too!”

Oprah Winfrey Receives Well-Deserved Honor: Sharon also spoke about the evening’s biggest honoree, Oprah Winfrey, who received the prestigious Vanguard Award. Stone declared, “She deserves that pedestal. She’s climbed to get there.” Melvin chimed in, mentioning how many feel like they grew up with Oprah. Sharon wholeheartedly agreed, sharing, “I grew up with her, worked on her shows, and then got to know her as a friend. She’s an incredible human being who’s earned her place in society. I respect and admire her tremendously.”

Celebrating Unity and Justice: The conversation shifted to the unique atmosphere of the GLAAD Awards. Melvin commented on the positive energy, and Sharon elaborated, “Because we understand the concept of ‘justice for all.’ This country was built on the idea of opportunity for everyone, from all walks of life. That’s what ‘United’ means, right? That’s what we need!”

A Longtime Ally: Melvin acknowledged Sharon’s unwavering support for the LGBTQ+ community. Sharon simply replied, “Well, because I genuinely believe that humanity means everybody. Not a select few, not the people you pick and choose, but everybody, whether you like it or not.”

Motherhood – A Heart-Exploding Revelation: A lighter moment came when Sharon, a mom of three, revealed a heartwarming truth about motherhood. She beamed, “It just makes your heart explode!”

Sharon Stone continues to be a force to be reckoned with, both on and off screen. Her dedication to equality and her genuine spirit are truly inspiring.

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No, I’m not ‘genderseason’: non binary activist misquoted and mocked by right-wing press speaks out

A non binary activist who was misquoted by the right-wing press when talking about how gender expression can change with the seasons, has described the hate they received – even from the transgender community. 

Dee Whitnell, who founded the #TransKidsDeserveToGrowUp solidarity campaign, released a YouTube video earlier this month in which they discussed how transgender people might find themselves “changing or exploring [their] expression or gender identity depending on the season”. 

In the video, Whitnell talked about their own experiences with expression and how it changes throughout the year, as well as the concept of “genderseason” and how other trans folks might explore their expression.

“This isn’t saying that all trans individuals experience this because that’s just not the case, or that seasons determine your gender identity or expression. However, it can influence it,” Whitnell said.

“I feel more masculine in the summertime. I wear more masculine clothing, I wear shorts. I normally have my hair up more and I just feel more ‘boy’, whereas in the winter – for some reason – girl mode comes out and I’m loving skirts and dresses and having my hair down.”

The non binary video was subsequently misconstrued by the right-wing media, including Fox News and the Daily Mail, who twisted Whitnell’s words to suggest transgender people are literally identifying as seasons. 

On a segment of Fox’s Jesse Watters Primetime, called DEI Thursday, the conservative political commentator took aim at Whitnell and used a short clip from the video to misrepresent what had been said.

“Bonfires, sandy beaches, pool parties, barbecues. Don’t you love summer? I love summer so much I’m thinking of identifying as it. It’s called gender season,” he said. “My pronoun: spring. But I might transition to summer.”  

Fox News’ use of Whitnell’s content has led to an influx of abusive and hateful comments on their social media profiles with people berating their identity and making defamatory claims.

Speaking to PinkNews, Whitnell said Fox didn’t contact them before the segment aired and they would happily have a conversation to present their perspective authentically. Fox News was “pushing this anti-trans agenda through misquoting me or taking just a segment [of the video] rather than bringing me on or wanting to talk further about it”, they claimed.

“The more information we get out there, the more likely somebody is to see that representation”

Whitnell discusses micro labels and nuanced concepts in relation to trans experiences on their social media platforms because some people might align in such a way without having the language to explain it.

“The more information we get out there, the more likely somebody is to see that representation, see themselves in it and therefore find their community”, they added.

“To those people who see it and think it’s somebody literally identifying as the season, it’s not. It’s just a way for trans people to explore their expression and identity, and [to] be able to put words to it. 

“I think it was used [by Fox News] in a way of being like: ‘oh, look what they’re doing now. They’re making up more nonsense’. Unfortunately, that’s something I’ve been experiencing in the trans community.

“It’s not only this pushback from cisgender individuals who don’t believe trans and non binary people exist but also trans people who don’t believe non binary people exist.” 

This photo of Whitnell led to a backlash online. (@kirk_protest_london)

And it’s the negative response from transgender people that’s hurt more than right-wing press coverage, with what the hate spreading to their other videos about trans youth. 

 “If a trans or queer person actively says: ‘No, you don’t exist [as a non binary person]’, that’s what hurts me and that’s more damaging to the community because we’re already facing so much from the outside. We don’t need to be in-fighting.” 

Some people even took aim at photos of Whitnell at a protest holding a placard that reads: “I don’t want to attend another trans kid’s funeral.”

They accused them of lying about having gone to a funeral, with some even demanding proof, even though Whitnell has spoken at length about their relationship with the family of Corei Hall.

“They don’t understand how it feels to be in a chapel and see a little yellow coffin being brought in of a young trans boy who you’ve never met, but you have such a connection to through family, [making] you weep alongside other individuals.

“They’ll never understand that. They’re commenting [about] things that I’ve just not been able to reply to because what can you say to people who say well, just don’t go to a funeral instead of ‘trans kids are dying’.

“I’m not hurt to talk about the Fox News thing but it’s raised alarms that people really do not care about trans young people right now and anyone who shows any sort of support is ridiculed.”

Despite the pain they do feel, they are used to people “picking apart” what they say and as a result have quite a tough skin. 

“I know that the work I’m doing and what I’m doing online, and outside the online space, is benefiting people and that’s all that matters. 

“I know the work that I and many others do, even though we get criticised and scrutinised by various organisations and people, matters and will actually save lives.”

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Melania Trump takes part in campaign event that barely drowns out hotel lobby muzak

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returned to the political scene with a low-key solo appearance for Log Cabin Republicans at . The former first lady had previously joined her husband earlier this month at a high-dollar fundraiser in Palm Beach, but she stepped out without him Saturday at the headliner for the LGBTQ conservative group and was greeted with polite but subdued applause, reported The Daily Beast. “Melania is a very private figure, and her public appearances never disappoint,” said Sophia Hutchins, a Trump 2024 surrogate and convention delegate. Want more breaking political news? Click for t…

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Sharon Stone Shines at GLAAD Awards, Praises Niecy Nash, Oprah & the Power of Community

Sharon Stone brought her signature blend of Hollywood glamour and social consciousness to the 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards! The actress presented an award to her friend Niecy Nash and used the platform to celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion and uplift inspiring women.

Sharon Stone Praises 'Wonderful' Friend Oprah
Sharon Stone Praises ‘Wonderful’ Friend Oprah

A Night of Friendship and Recognition: Sharon’s excitement was palpable as she spoke to “Extra’s” Melvin Robert. She gushed about Niecy and her spouse Jessica Betts, calling them “wonderful people” and playfully adding, “We’ve worked together, and we play together too!”

Oprah Winfrey Receives Well-Deserved Honor: Sharon also spoke about the evening’s biggest honoree, Oprah Winfrey, who received the prestigious Vanguard Award. Stone declared, “She deserves that pedestal. She’s climbed to get there.” Melvin chimed in, mentioning how many feel like they grew up with Oprah. Sharon wholeheartedly agreed, sharing, “I grew up with her, worked on her shows, and then got to know her as a friend. She’s an incredible human being who’s earned her place in society. I respect and admire her tremendously.”

Celebrating Unity and Justice: The conversation shifted to the unique atmosphere of the GLAAD Awards. Melvin commented on the positive energy, and Sharon elaborated, “Because we understand the concept of ‘justice for all.’ This country was built on the idea of opportunity for everyone, from all walks of life. That’s what ‘United’ means, right? That’s what we need!”

A Longtime Ally: Melvin acknowledged Sharon’s unwavering support for the LGBTQ+ community. Sharon simply replied, “Well, because I genuinely believe that humanity means everybody. Not a select few, not the people you pick and choose, but everybody, whether you like it or not.”

Motherhood – A Heart-Exploding Revelation: A lighter moment came when Sharon, a mom of three, revealed a heartwarming truth about motherhood. She beamed, “It just makes your heart explode!”

Sharon Stone continues to be a force to be reckoned with, both on and off screen. Her dedication to equality and her genuine spirit are truly inspiring.

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Surprise! Matt Gaetz might lose his seat in Congress & he’s clearly panicking

Matt Gaetz

Matt Gaetz‘s political fortunes were never thought to be in jeopardy, despite being one of the most loathed members of Congress. That’s because the political nepo baby represents a deep red district in Florida’s panhandle, where his only legitimate challenge could come during a primary.

Until now.

Former naval aviator Alan Dimmock filed Monday to run in Florida’s 1st congressional district, with just hours to spare before the deadline. With a leadership position at the University of West Florida, Dimmock appears to be a more conventional, not to mention likeable, Republican.

That’s led many to theorize that jilted ex-House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and his allies could be behind Dimmock’s last-second bid. It’s apparent that McCarthy blames Gaetz (and pretty much only Gaetz) for his historic ousting.

And if you have any doubt, just ask him about it!

During a recent event at Georgetown, McCarthy was questioned about his epic fall from power. While the California Republican didn’t explicitly name Gaetz, it was easy to surmise his target.

“I’ll give you the truth why I’m not speaker. It’s because one person, a member of Congress, wanted me to stop an ethics complaint, because he slept with a 17-year-old,” he said. “An ethics complaint that started before I ever became speaker, and that’s illegal, and I’m not going to get in the middle.”

For the blissfully unaware, McCarthy is referring to the teen sex scandal involving Gaetz and an underage girl.

Gaetz was the subject of a federal investigation over allegations that he had helped transport a 17-year-old girl over state lines and had intercourse with her. He and his buddies, including convicted felon Joel Greenberg, allegedly procured multiple women online for the purposes of naughty play.

While the Department of Justice closed its inquiry into Gaetz, the House Ethics Committee didn’t. Gaetz reportedly told friends he wanted to exact revenge on the humiliated former Speaker for not stopping the probe.

It’s apparent that Gaetz’s sleazy personal behavior is an open secret in Washington, and a big reason why colleagues are repulsed. The gay-hating lawmaker apparently boasts on the House floor about his conquests, bragging about how he “crushes E.D. medicine” so he “can go all night.”

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McCarthy and Markwayne Mullin (the Oklahoma senator who tried to fight a witness at a hearing) aren’t the only Republicans to talk publicly about Gaetz’s alleged perverted acts. Texas Rep. Tony Gonzales, a moderate Republican facing a tough primary challenge of his own, said last week on CNN that Gaetz “paid minors to have sex with him at drug parties.”

Earlier this year, the aforementioned congressional investigators obtained text messages from a young woman who said she had sex with Gaetz at a wild affair in which revelers partook in heavy alcohol and drug use.

“There were multiple sex parties,” a lawyer with knowledge of the case is quoted as saying in the New Yorker‘s extensive profile on Gaetz.

Though Gaetz claims he’s innocent, he sure acts like a guilty man, earning himself his “Rapey McForehead” moniker. He allegedly asked Trump to issue him a “blanket pardon” in relation to the sex trafficking investigation, according to witnesses. (The unprecedented request was denied). 

Amidst all of this bad (and disgusting) publicly, it’s not a surprise that some of Gaetz’s constituents appear to be tiring of his antics.

“He’s a dirtbag person,” Chris Smith, a voter who lives in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, recently told CBS News.

“He does what he does to get on TV,” added Aaron Mayer, who lives in Pensacola and typically votes for Republican candidates.

As an answer to those concerns, disenchanted Republicans in the panhandle now have an alternative GOP choice this election cycle. Dimmock is a newcomer to politics, and already facing attacks from far-right Republicans.

Back in 2020, he shared a post on LinkedIn offering lukewarm support for the Black Lives Matter movement. A director for a firm that conducts workplace training, the navy vet said “we remain committed to making it better #leadership #inclusion.”

But apparently, those banal words are too much for Gaetz, who’s now likely going to brand Dimmock as a “far-left Marxist extremist” and blah, blah, blah.

That’s not to say there aren’t any real potential blemishes on Dimmock’s record. His LinkedIn page also says he lives in Missouri, which isn’t Florida, last time we checked…

Come August’s primary, it looks like panhandle Republicans will be choosing between a possible carpetbagger and pervert. While those may be imperfect options, the choice should be easy.

…Right?

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Sharon Stone Shines at GLAAD Awards, Praises Niecy Nash, Oprah & the Power of Community

Sharon Stone brought her signature blend of Hollywood glamour and social consciousness to the 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards! The actress presented an award to her friend Niecy Nash and used the platform to celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion and uplift inspiring women.

Sharon Stone Praises 'Wonderful' Friend Oprah
Sharon Stone Praises ‘Wonderful’ Friend Oprah

A Night of Friendship and Recognition: Sharon’s excitement was palpable as she spoke to “Extra’s” Melvin Robert. She gushed about Niecy and her spouse Jessica Betts, calling them “wonderful people” and playfully adding, “We’ve worked together, and we play together too!”

Oprah Winfrey Receives Well-Deserved Honor: Sharon also spoke about the evening’s biggest honoree, Oprah Winfrey, who received the prestigious Vanguard Award. Stone declared, “She deserves that pedestal. She’s climbed to get there.” Melvin chimed in, mentioning how many feel like they grew up with Oprah. Sharon wholeheartedly agreed, sharing, “I grew up with her, worked on her shows, and then got to know her as a friend. She’s an incredible human being who’s earned her place in society. I respect and admire her tremendously.”

Celebrating Unity and Justice: The conversation shifted to the unique atmosphere of the GLAAD Awards. Melvin commented on the positive energy, and Sharon elaborated, “Because we understand the concept of ‘justice for all.’ This country was built on the idea of opportunity for everyone, from all walks of life. That’s what ‘United’ means, right? That’s what we need!”

A Longtime Ally: Melvin acknowledged Sharon’s unwavering support for the LGBTQ+ community. Sharon simply replied, “Well, because I genuinely believe that humanity means everybody. Not a select few, not the people you pick and choose, but everybody, whether you like it or not.”

Motherhood – A Heart-Exploding Revelation: A lighter moment came when Sharon, a mom of three, revealed a heartwarming truth about motherhood. She beamed, “It just makes your heart explode!”

Sharon Stone continues to be a force to be reckoned with, both on and off screen. Her dedication to equality and her genuine spirit are truly inspiring.

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Billie Eilish ticket prices revealed for her world tour dates

Billie Eilish recently announced details of headline world tour dates – and these are the ticket prices.

The singer will embark on the Hit Me Hard and Soft Tour across 2024 and 2025 in support of her upcoming album.

The first leg of the tour is due to begin in North America on 29 September in Quebec and finishing up with three nights at Inglewood’s Kia Forum on 15-17 December.

She will then head to Australia in early 2025 with dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in February and March.

Billie Eilish announces world tour dates and ticket details.
Billie Eilish announces world tour dates and ticket details. (Nykieria Chaney/Getty Images for ABA)

The European leg of the tour will begin on 23 April in Stockholm and wrap up with two nights in Dublin on 26-27 July.

It’ll be in support of her upcoming third studio album, Hit Me Hard and Soft, which is due for release on 17 May.

Ahead of Billie Eilish tickets being released you can check out the full tour schedule and ticket price details below.

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What are the Billie Eilish ticket prices?

The price range for Billie Eilish tickets have been confirmed by a number of venues. This should give fans an idea of what to expect as they go on sale this week.

  • UK tour dates – £65.95 – £168.10
  • North American tour dates – $60 – $200
  • Australian tour dates – $129.90 – $249.90
  • European tour dates – €62.82 – €141.22

When do tickets go on sale?

They’ll be released in the general sale at 12pm local time on 3 May. Tickets will be released via a number of different ticket outlets for each region:

For more information on the presales taking place across the week head to PinkNews here.

What are the tour dates?

The Hit Me Hard and Soft Tour will begin in North America in fall 2024 and then head to Australia in early 2025, with dates in Europe planned for summer 2025.

  • 29 September – Centre Videotron, Quebec, QC – tickets
  • 1-2 October – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON – tickets
  • 4 October – CFC Bank Arena, Baltimore, MD – tickets
  • 5 October – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA – tickets
  • 7 October – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI – tickets
  • 9 October – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ – tickets
  • 11 October – TD Garden, Boston, MA – tickets
  • 13 October – PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA – tickets
  • 16-18 October – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – tickets
  • 2-3 November – State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA – tickets
  • 6 November – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN – tickets
  • 8 November – Heritage Bank Center, Cincinnati, OH – tickets
  • 10-11 November – XCEL Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN – tickets
  • 13-14 November – United Center, Chicago, IL – tickets
  • 16 November – T-Mobile Center, Kansas City, MO – tickets
  • 17 November – Chi Health Center, Omaha, NE – tickets
  • 19-20 November – Ball Arena, Denver, CO – tickets
  • 3 December – Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC – tickets
  • 5-6 December – Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA – tickets
  • 8 December – Moda Center, Portland, OR – tickets
  • 10-11 December – SAP Center, San Jose, CA – tickets
  • 13 December – Desert Diamond Arena, Glendale, AZ – tickets
  • 15-17 December – Kia Forum, Inglewood, CA – tickets
  • 18-19 and 21-22 February – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – tickets
  • 24-25 and 27-28 February – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – tickets
  • 4-5 March and 7-8 March – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – tickets
  • 23-24 April – Avicii Arena, Stockholm – tickets
  • 26 April – Telenor Arena, Oslo – tickets
  • 28-29 April – Royal Arena, Copenhagen – tickets
  • 2 May – ZAG Arena, Hannover – tickets
  • 4-5 and 7 May – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam – tickets
  • 9 May – Uber Arena, Berlin – tickets
  • 29-30 May – Lanxess Arena, Cologne – tickets
  • 1 June – O2 Arena, Prague – tickets
  • 3-4 June – Tauron Arena, Krakow – tickets
  • 6 June – Stadthalle, Vienna – tickets
  • 8 June – Unipol Arena, Bologna – tickets
  • 10-11 June – Accor Arena, Paris – tickets
  • 14-15 June – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona – tickets
  • 7-8 July – OVO Hydro, Glasgow – tickets
  • 10-11 and 13-14 and 16-17 July – O2 Arena, London – tickets
  • 19-20 and 22-23 July – Co-op Live, Manchester – tickets
  • 26-27 July – 3Arena, Dublin – tickets

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