Multiplatinum alternative-pop phenom Melanie Martinez has announced the eagerly awaited EU/UK leg of The Trilogy Tour, getting underway September 18 at Dublin, Ireland’s 3Arena and then visiting the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, and Italy through mid-October. Support includesMen I Trust on select dates and Elita across the whole tour.

Fans can visit now to sign up for presale access. Artist presales begin Monday, March 25 at 10am (local) and general on-sales start Thursday, March 28 (local). For complete details and ticket availability, please visit WWW.THETRILOGYTOUR.COM.

Her most ambitious concert tour to date, The Trilogy Tour will see the evolution of Martinez’s alter ego “Cry Baby” performed live, featuring hits from all three of her groundbreaking Top 10 albums, Cry Baby, K-12, and Portals, which have together earned over 14B worldwide streams to date. The Trilogy Tour officially gets underway May 10 at Seattle WA’s Climate Pledge Arena and then visits arenas across North America through late-June.

Martinez – who recently wrapped her acclaimed PORTALS Tour, which played to sold-out houses around the globe from last summer though February – will also be among the top stars performing at such annual festivals as Manchester, TN’s Bonnaroo (June 15), Chicago, IL’s Lollapalooza (August 1-4) and Montreal, QC’s Osheaga 2024 (August 2). 

The PORTALS Tour celebrated the arrival of Martinez’s new album, PORTALS, available now in an expanded deluxe digital edition featuring three additional tracks HERE. An instant global sensation, the album proved Martinez’s first #1 album debut in Australia, also landing at #1 in New Zealand, #2 in the UK, #3 in Canada and Ireland, and top 10 chart placements in Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Spain.  

PORTALS includes the hit singles, “VOID” and “DEATH,” both of which made history as Martinez’s first original songs to debut on the Billboard “Hot 100.


18 –  Dublin, IE –  3Arena

20 –  Birmingham, UK –  Utilita Arena

21 –  Manchester, UK –  Co-op Arena

23 –  Glasgow, UK –  OVO Hydro

24 –  Cardiff, UK –  Utilita Arena

26 –  London, UK –  The O2

29 –  Brussels, BE –  Forest National


1 –  Amsterdam, NL –  Ziggo Dome

2 –  Paris, FR –  AccorArena

4 –  Lyon, FR –  LDLC Arena

5 – Barcelona, ES –  Palau Sant Jordi**

7 – Madrid, ES – WiZink Centre**

10 – Cologne, DE – Lanxess Arena

11 –  Frankfurt, DE –  Festhalle

12 –  Hamburg, DE –  Barclays Arena

15 –  Lodz, PL –  Atlas Arena

16 –  Prague, CZ –  O2 Arena

18 –  Bologna, IT –  Unipol Arena

19 –  Milan, IT – Mediolanum Forum