Sam Smith tour will play Duluth in 2018, new album arrives Nov. 3


It’s a major return for Sam Smith in 2018.

The Grammy magnet will release “The Thrill of It All,” his much-anticipated follow-up to his 2014 breakthrough “In the Lonely Hour,” on Nov. 3.

In June 2018, he’ll launch a tour to support the album, kicking off in Toronto and swinging through Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth on July 10.

Tickets for the general public will go on sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 12 at A 24-hour pre-sale for fans will begin at 10 a.m. Oct. 11 at Each ticket purchased online will include a copy of the new album. Tickets are $35-$125.

Smith’s new album is available for pre-order now at Those who pre-order the album will receive an instant download of the song “Pray,” plus the first single, “Too Good at Goodbyes.”

The “Stay with Me” singer – who performs on “Saturday Night Live” Oct. 7 - last played Atlanta in 2015 with a pair of shows, first at the Fox Theatre and later in the year at Music Midtown.

The Thrill Of It All Tour - 2018 North American Dates

6/18       Toronto, ON                          Air Canada Centre

6/19       Montreal, QC                       Bell Centre

6/22       Detroit, MI                             Little Caesars Arena

6/23       Columbus, OH                     Nationwide Arena

6/26       Boston, MA                            TD Garden

6/27       Brooklyn, NY                         Barclays Center

6/29       New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden

7/3          Washington, DC                                   Capital One Arena

7/4          Philadelphia, PA                Wells Fargo Center

7/6          Charlotte, NC                       Spectrum Center

7/7          Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena

7/10       Duluth, GA                             Infinite Energy Center

7/11       Orlando, FL                            Amway Center

7/13       Tampa, FL                               Amalie Arena

7/14       Miami, FL                                AmericanAirlines Arena

7/17       New Orleans, LA                Smoothie King Center

7/18       Houston, TX                          Toyota Center

7/20       Dallas, TX                               American Airlines Center

7/21       Austin, TX                               Frank Erwin Center

7/25       Monterrey, MEX                 Arena Monterrey

7/27       Mexico City, MEX               Palacio de los Deportes

8/14       Saint Paul, MN                    Xcel Energy Center

8/15       Chicago, IL                             United Center

8/17       St. Louis, MO                        Chaifetz Arena

8/18       Kansas City, MO                 Sprint Center

8/21       Denver, CO                            Pepsi Center

8/22       Salt Lake City, UT               Vivint Smart Home Arena

8/24       Sacramento, CA                                   Golden 1 Center

8/28       Los Angeles, CA                                    STAPLES Center

8/29       Los Angeles, CA                                    STAPLES Center

8/31       Glendale, AZ                         Gila River Arena

9/1          San Diego, CA                       Valley View Casino Center

9/4          Oakland, CA                          Oracle Arena

9/5          San Jose, CA                          SAP Center

9/7          Portland, OR                         Moda Center

9/8          Seattle, WA                           KeyArena

9/10       Vancouver, BC                     Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

9/12       Edmonton, AB                      Rogers Place

9/13       Calgary, AB                            Scotiabank Saddledome


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Melissa Ruggieri
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