Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall is to be the setting for a concert by Leona Lewis on April 30.
The gig forms part of the star’s latest UK tour.
This 2013 tour will be her first to take place in the UK for three years.
Since her a meteoric rise to global fame, Leona Lewis’s voice has captivated millions of people across the world. She’s broken countless sales records and smashed chart records universally.
Her 2010 Labyrinth Tour won her critical acclaim as well as reinforcing her position as one of the most successful British female artists to date.
She has recently followed up her first two number one albums Spirit and Echo, with her third studio album Glassheart.
Preceded by the single, the gothic pop offering Trouble, Glassheart is an album by an artist really coming of age.
This collection of songs simultaneously showcases the sheer power and intimacy of Leona Lewis’s incredible voice.
For an artist that has enjoyed unparalleled success, broken world records and sold over 20 million singles and albums, Glassheart is Leona Lewis at her best.
Speaking about going on tour Leona said: “I can’t wait to get out there and play my new songs. “
She added: “I had such fun on my last tour and I’m really excited about doing it again next year”.
Tickets to see Leona Lewis in action at the Royal Concert Hall cost £35-£55.
They are available by calling the box office at the Royal Centre for more details on 0115 9895555.