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News: Anastacia Announces Huge European ‘Not That Kind’ 2025 Tour

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News: Anastacia Announces Huge European ‘Not That Kind’ 2025 Tour

Pop icon Anastacia has announced a huge European tour for 2025, introducing the ‘Not That Kind’ tour. The mammoth tour marks 25 years since Anastacia’s debut studio album which was released in 2000. Anastacia first broke through in Europe with smash hit ‘I’m Outta Love’ which featured on the album, and the star has continued to have global success ever since. The tour will see the biggest voice in pop visit Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Belgium, Ireland, and the UK.

General ticket sale will begin on 5th July. More information on tickets can be found here: https://www.anastacia.com/live

Speaking of the tour, Anastacia says, “I am beyond excited to be on the road again in Europe and blessed to get to come and perform in so many gorgeous places to my very special fanily. I didn’t get to do a tour for my first album which makes this all the more special. I can’t believe it’s been 25 years since ‘Not That Kind’, we will be sure to celebrate in true Anastacia style. It’ll be one big anniversary party. I can’t wait to see you all there!”

TOUR DATES:

12/03/25 – Barcelona, Spain – Parallel 62

13/03/25 – Barcelona, Spain – Parallel 62

15/03/25 – Madrid, Spain – Palacio de Congresos de IFEMA

16/03/25 – Vigo, Spain – Auditorio de Mar de Vigo

19/03/25 – Turin, Italy – ORG Officine

20/03/25 – Zurich, Switzerland – The Hall

22/03/25 – Rome, Italy – Teatro Conciliazione

24/03/25 – Milan, Italy – Arcimboldi

25/03/25 – Padova, Italy – Geox

27/03/25 – Vienna, Austria – Stathalle F

28/03/25 – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Universum

30/03/25 – Warsaw, Poland – Stodola

31/03/25 – Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom

02/04/25 – Leipzig, Germany – Haus Auensee

03/04/25 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Hall

05/04/25 – Hannover, Germany – HCC

06/04/25 – Hamburg, Germany – CCH

07/04/25 – Tilburg, The Netherlands – 013 Popcentrum

09/04/25 – Nuremburg, Germany – Meistersingerhalle

10/04/25 – Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper

13/04/25 – Paris, France – Le Cigalle

14/04/25 – Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique

16/04/25 – Portsmouth, UK – Guildhall

17/04/25 – Bath, UK – Forum

19/04/25 – Swansea, UK – Arena

22/04/25 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Olympia

23/04/25 – Belfast, UK – Ulster Hall

25/04/25 – Glasgow, UK – Royal Concert Hall

27/04/25 – Oxford, UK – New Theatre

28/04/25 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall

30/04/25 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo

01/05/25 – Nottingham, UK – Royal Concert Hall

03/05/25 – Newcastle, UK – O2 City Hall

04/05/25 – York, UK – Barbican

06/05/25 – London, UK – Palladium

The tour announcement comes hot on the heels of the success of Anastacia’s 2023 album of covers ‘Our Songs’ (Edel). The album celebrates the music Anastacia fell in love with while in Germany and presents 12 English-language interpretations of German top hits from 1980-2020. The album was a massive success around Europe – including #2 on the German album chart, a top-5 position in Austria, also going top-10 in Switzerland (#8). On 21st June, the pop icon released a special bonus edition, the extended “Gold Deluxe Edition” of ‘Our Songs’, featuring new covers based on songs by young German hitmakers Nico Santos, Michael Schulte & Zoe Wees.