Nicki Minaj has added more dates to her world tour.
The more tour dates start at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, UK on October 21st, and burns out on December 8th in Perth, Australia.
Then in December she will start her role on the judging pannel for American Idol!
Have a look below for the list of the new dates:
Oct 21 – UK Nottingham @ Capital FM Arena
Oct 22 – UK Manchester @ Manchester Arena
Oct 24 – UK Liverpool @ Liverpool Echo Arena
Oct 25 – UK Newcastle @ Metro Radio Arena
Oct 27 – UK Birmingham @ LG Arena Birmingham
Oct 28 – UK Newcastle @ Metro Radio Arena
Oct 30 – UK London @ O2 Arena
Nov 2 – UK Manchester @ Manchester Arena
Nov 3 – UK Sheffield @ Motorpoint Arena Sheffield
Nov 5 – Ireland Dublin @ O2 Arena
Nov 7 – UK Cardiff @ Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Nov 24 – NZ, Auckland @ Vector Arena
Nov 27 – AUS, Adeliaide @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Nov 30 – AUS, Sydney @ Sydney Entertainment Centre
Dec 3 – AUS, Brisbane @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Dec 5 – AUS Melbourne @ Rod Laver Arena
Dec 8 – AUS Perth @ Perth Arena
Nicki Minaj`es tour in the UK was such a hit last week she has decided to add more dates to her
Arena on November 2, and she will play both venues twice.
We sure hope her biggest British fans Sophia Grace and Rosie get to go!
Look below for the official dates.
October 21 – Nottingham Arena
October 22 – Manchester Arena
October 24 – Liverpool Echo Arena
October 25 – Newcastle Arena
October 27 – Birmingham LG Arena
October 28 – Newcastle Arena
October 30 – London O2 Arena
November 2 – Manchester Arena
November 3 – Sheffield Arena
November 7 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Justin Bieber fans keep on reading as hes brining his Believe Tour To The UK
The Biebs will be playing SIX shows in February and March throughout England!
Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am and we’re sure they’ll sell outsuper fast, just like his North American dates did!!!
Check out which cities JB is stopping… AFTER THE JUMP!
February 19 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
February 23 – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
February 24 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
February 27 – NIA, Birmingham
March 2 – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
March 4 – The O2, London