Dua Lipa Announces Wembley Stadium Show

First Glastonbury Festival, now Dua Lipa has her sights set on Wembley Stadium.

Fresh from playing the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury over the weekend, the “One Kiss” singer announces a date at Wembley Stadium next summer for what will be her biggest headlining concert in her homeland.

Lipa is booked to play the 90,000-capacity venue on June 20, 2025. “There couldn’t be a better time to share this with you all,” she comments in a statement. “I am still flying high from the magic of headlining the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this weekend, and I am absolutely thrilled to announce I’ll be playing Wembley Stadium this time next year.”

Tickets for the Wembley Stadium date go on sale next Friday, July 12, with O2 customers earning exclusive presale access from Wednesday, July 10.

It’s all happening at once for Lipa, who shone on Glastonbury’s main stage where she performed back-to-back hits, cuts from her third and latest studio album, Radical Optimism, and collaborated with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker on the Australian psychedelic-pop outfit’s 2015 hit “The Less I Know The Better.”

“I have written this moment down, I’ve wished for it, I’ve dreamt it,” Lipa told the crowd of what headlining Glastonbury means to her. “When I wrote it down, I said I really want to headline the Pyramid stage on a Friday night so I can party the next two days at the best place on earth.”

Parker worked with Lipa as a co-producer and co-writer on seven tracks off Radical Optimism, including “Houdini,” “Training Season” and “Illusion,” all of which cracked the U.K. top 10.

Radical Optimism logged one week at No. 1 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart earlier this year and, thanks to her performance at Glastonbury, roars to No. 2 on the midweek chart. Her previous, Brit Award-winning album 2020 collection Future Nostalgia reigned for four weeks, and yielded “Levitating,” the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 song for the year 2021.

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