Anastacia to celebrate 22 years of I’m Outta Love with sold-out Newcastle show

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She will be supported by international pop star, SHAB.

Anastacia is celebrating 22 years of being in the music industry with a special UK and Europe Tour - I’m Outta Lockdown. The tour is named after one of her most successful tracks I’m Out of Love which peaked at number six in the UK in 2000. The tour name also references the lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, as the tour was originally meant to go ahead in 2020 to celebrate 20 years but had to be postponed. The tour is now well underway, having started in Geneva on September 18, but will arrive in Newcastle very soon for the penultimate date of the tour.

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International pop star, SHAB will be supporting Anastacia on her UK and Europe tour. SHAB’s newest track Sexual, highlights female desire and empowerment, and was produced by Grammy-winning Damon Sharpe who has worked with the likes of Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lopez.

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“I am absolutely thrilled to embark on my first European Tour together with the one and only Anastacia. While it is somewhat humbling to be opening on tour for such an accomplished and iconic artist, I hope to both entertain her loyal fans while at the same time introducing my own music to a new audience,” said SHAB. “My SHAB Squad is very excited for this tour, and my followers should know that we have been diligently putting our love, sweat and tears in hard work for the past couple of months towards sharing our passion, energy and love on stage with you guys!”

Anatacia and SHAB will be performing at the O2 City Hall in Newcastle on Sunday November 13. The tour is now completely sold out.

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