Eras is set to embark on a global tour in support of his latest album, All of It. The tour, titled “All of It World Tour”, will see the artist perform songs from throughout his prolific career, including his chart-topping latest release. Fans across North America have already secured tickets for the first leg of the tour, which kicks off in January 2024. However, many European fans are wondering if Eras will bring the tour to Europe as well.
Eras’ Popularity in Europe
Eras has a massive following across Europe. He first rose to fame with hit singles like “A Little Bit of Love” and “Crazy Beautiful Life”, both of which reached number one in several European countries in the early 2010s. His soulful voice and catchy music quickly earned him legions of devoted listeners.
Over the past decade, the singer has continued to release popular albums and sell out huge venues during his European tours. His shows consistently draw crowds of over 50,000 fans. In fact, his 2018 tour of Europe sold over 1 million tickets, cementing his status as a must-see act.
Hints About a European Leg
Though Eras has not yet announced a European leg of the “All of It World Tour”, there are a few signs that suggest he will eventually bring the show across the pond. On social media, the singer has frequently expressed his love and appreciation for his European fans. Just last month, he tweeted: “To my fans in Europe, I miss you and hope to see you very soon!”
Additionally, industry insiders and music journalists have speculated that a European leg is likely. Given his immense popularity in the region and history of touring there, it would be very surprising if he did not plan extensive dates in Europe.
What Cities Might Eras Visit in Europe?
If Eras does announce a European leg of the tour, what cities are most likely to host shows? Based on his past tours and album sales, these are some of the frontrunners:
As one of the biggest media markets and most popular destinations for touring artists, London will almost certainly be a major stop. Eras has played numerous sold-out concerts at venues like Wembley Stadium and The O2 Arena in the past. He could easily fill one of these huge venues again in 2024.
The singer has cultivated a big following in France. He performed a three-night residency at AccorHotels Arena on his last European tour. Expect him to return to this venue or perhaps Stade de France during his 2024 run.
Germany hosts some of Eras’ most enthusiastic fans. The singer will likely schedule at least one night, if not two or three, at the famous Waldbühne outdoor amphitheatre as part of the “All of It World Tour.”
Irish fans will hope to sing along with Eras’ hits at a massive show in Dublin. He could take over Aviva Stadium or Croke Park for an unforgettable evening. Past tours have seen him sell out multiple nights in Dublin within minutes.
The Netherlands has always welcomed Eras with open arms. The 18,000-capacity Ziggo Dome seems like the perfect venue for a show in Amsterdam.
How Quickly Will the Shows Sell Out?
If Eras does bring the “All of It World Tour” to Europe, expect tickets to sell out in record time. Here’s a look at what to expect:
Pre-Sale Sell Outs
Any pre-sale allotments of tickets will likely disappear within minutes, if not seconds. Eras’ most loyal fans will jump at the first chance to secure seats. This initial rush usually crashes ticketing websites across Europe!
General Sale Chaos
Once tickets go on sale to the general public, a frenzy will ensue. Given the huge demand, many dates will probably sell out completely within less than an hour. Savvy fans will need to be on ticketing sites right as the clock strikes the on-sale time in order to have a shot.
Resell Market Frenzy
Seconds after the general on-sale begins, tickets will start appearing on reseller sites like StubHub and Vivid Seats for hugely inflated prices. It’s common to see markups of 500-1000% for high-demand Eras shows. Diehard fans may reluctantly pay the premium.
How Much Will Eras Tickets Cost in Europe?
Ticket prices for a potential European leg of the “All of It World Tour” will likely be on par with Eras’ last stadium tour in 2018. Here are some approximate price ranges:
For regular admission tickets, fans can expect to pay anywhere from €75-150 depending on the city and specific venue. Seats higher up in stadiums and arenas will fall on the lower end of that range.
If you want to get up close to the action on the floor, brace yourself for a price tag of €125-250. Front and center will cost you the big bucks!
For special amenities like premium seats, exclusive merchandise, and meet & greets, VIP packages will run €300 on up. The most lavish offerings could cost upwards of €1000.
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How Long Will the European Leg Last?
Based on Eras’ previous outings across Europe, fans can probably expect him to tour for 6-8 weeks in 2024.
He will likely play multiple nights in major markets like London, Paris, and Berlin. Other cities may get one night. In total, his European leg should include 25-30 shows.
That’s enough concerts to satisfy his continental fanbase…for now! Given his enduring popularity though, it wouldn’t be surprising if he returned for a second European leg later in 2024 once the initial frenzy dies down.
Set List Expectations
If Eras brings his new album to Europe, what can fans expect to hear each night? Here are some predictions:
New Album Favorites
The “All of It World Tour” will be focused on introducing Eras’ latest release to the world. He’ll likely play at least 8-10 of the album’s 12 tracks. Singles like “Into Your Light” and “Never Be the Same” will definitely make the cut. Other standouts like “When We’re Old” and “My Way Back” are also contenders.
While Eras will feature material from his excellent new record, he understands the crowd will want the classics too. Count on him breaking out smash hits like “Crazy Beautiful Life”, “A Little Bit of Love”, and “Starlight” each night. He aims to please with a career-spanning set.
Covers and Collaborations
Eras’ shows always contain a few surprises. Be on the lookout for fun covers of his influences, from Prince to U2. There’s also the chance he could bring out special guest stars. Picture duets with artists like Ed Sheeran or Bruno Mars!
How Eras’ European Shows Will Be Different from North America
While Eras tries to maintain consistency, he tailors aspects of each tour leg to suit the location. Here are some ways his European concerts might differ from North America:
Eras can fill 80,000 seat stadiums in the US. But he’ll likely opt for more reasonably sized arenas in Europe. Most venues will have capacities between 10,000-20,000.
Despite playing smaller rooms, Eras’ Euro concerts will feel more personal. He bonds with Europeans through longer speeches and song requests. The vibe is communal.
Eras has toured Europe so often that he sees many repeat fans. He’ll call out longtime supporters by name and check in with them. Regulars make the shows special.
From food to merchandise, Eras aims to infuse local culture into each city’s concert. He wants to celebrate the places that have embraced him.
How Quickly Will Eras Add More European Dates?
Given how quickly Eras’ European dates are likely to sell out, he’d be wise to add more shows soon after the initial announcement. Here is a projection of how it might unfold:
First Week of On-Sale
Once the first European leg goes on sale, at least 75% of shows will immediately sell out. Frenzied demand for cities like London and Paris will be apparent.
One Month After On-Sale
Within the first month, nearly all dates will hit capacity. Eras’ team will see millions of fans are hungry for more shows.
Two Months After On-Sale
Just two months after the initial European on-sale, Eras will announce a second leg. This leg will revisit cities like London and Berlin for multiple additional nights. Even more cities like Rome and Barcelona will get added.
Total Number of Shows
Between two European legs, Eras will probably end up playing 45-50 shows across the continent’s biggest markets. Given the demand, he could even stretch it to 60 dates before heading elsewhere around the globe.
Which Cities are Most Likely to Get Added Shows?
When Eras adds a second European leg, which cities will get the most additional concerts? Based on past tours, these places are most likely to see extra shows:
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London, his most popular European destination, could host 8 or more total shows if additional dates get added. Other major markets like Paris and Berlin are likely to get at least 4 or 5 concerts each. If he hasn’t been there already, expect newly added cities like Barcelona to get multiple nights too.
How Can Fans Get Tickets?
Here are some top tips for European fans hoping to secure tickets to Eras’ upcoming tour:
Register for Pre-Sale Access
Sign up at Eras’ website to get code for first crack at tickets during pre-sale. This registration is free and provides the best shot at great seats before the general on-sale.
Follow Reputable Resellers
Have accounts set up and payment info saved with trustworthy resellers like StubHub. Be ready to pounce if pre-sale doesn’t work out.
Team Up with Friends
Coordinate with other fans to try for adjacent seats in different sections and price levels. Then you can piece together the best overall group if needed.
Check ALL Outlets
Look beyond just the venue or promoter’s website. Also check major retailers like Ticketmaster for pre-sale and general on-sale deals.
Be Ready Right at On-Sale Time
Log in early and repeatedly refresh. Have multiple devices ready too. The speediest fans will scoop up the best tickets at on-sale.
While Eras has not officially announced a European leg yet, all signs point to him bringing his spectacular new live show to the continent in 2024. Given his massive popularity and history of touring Europe extensively, fans can reasonably expect dozens of shows in the biggest markets. When tickets do go on sale, expect mayhem as millions of adoring listeners scramble for seats in minutes. Savvy European fans should prepare now with these tips and tricks to ensure they have the best chance of seeing Eras live when he undoubtedly returns in 2024. It will be one of the hottest tickets around!