Dua Lipa unveils details of huge Wembley show in 2025

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Dua Lipa has today (July 1) unveiled details of a huge Wembley show to take place in 2025.

Lipa was the first artist to headline Glastonbury this year, ahead of Saturday headliner Coldplay and Sunday’s SZA. During her set, she brought out Kevin Parker as a surprise guest to sing Tame Impala’s ‘The Less I Know The Better’.

Lipa will perform at the 90,000 capacity venue next summer on June 20 2025. Tickets will go on general sale here on July 12 from 10am.

O2 customers can get early access to tickets via the Priority app from July 10, 48 hours before general release.

In a statement, Lipa said: “There couldn’t be a better time to share this with you all! 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.”

Lipa will also play dates in Asia later this year as well as a one-night show at the Royal Albert Hall in London this October.

This summer, Lipa will also appear at a number of festivals including Poland’s Open’er Festival, Belgium’s Rock Werchter, Spain’s Mad Cool Festival and Portugal’s NOS Alive Festival.

Meanwhile, Lipa has responded after being wrongly accused of miming when she headlined The Pyramid Stage on Friday (June 28).

The pop star later became the subject of claims online that her performance on the Pyramid Stage had been “too polished to be live”. Others noted that her voice was out of sync with the image on their TV as they watched the performance live, which gave the impression she was lip-syncing – however, it was an issue that went away once technical difficulties were solved by switching to FreeView.

The pop star stayed on at Glasto after her set, and simply responded to the claims when they were put to her by a MailOnline reporter on Saturday: “I don’t mime.”

NME rated Lipa’s Glastonbury set four stars, with reviewer Liberty Dunworth calling it a “visual spectacle” that “not only becomes a glittering celebration of pop in its highest form but also serves as a reminder that even the most outlandish aspirations can become a reality”.

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