Punjabi and Hip Hop sensation Karan Aujla announces UK dates for his ‘It Was All A Dream’ Tour

Trailblazing and acclaimed Punjabi and Hip-hop superstar, Karan Aujla announces UK dates on his It Was All A Dream world tour. Kicking off in London’s iconic The O2 before continuing onto arenas in Birmingham and Leeds. Tickets go on general sale Friday 5th July at 10am via LiveNation.co.uk

Tour news follows the success of Aujla’s second studio album, Making Memories, released in August last year via Warner Music Canada. Dubbed ‘India’s most prominent artist’ Karan has achieved global success, with nearly 2 billion views on YouTube, over one billion audio streams, 10.5 million Spotify monthly listeners, fourteen charting records in the UK and 8 million followers across socials. Showcasing the universal appeal of music by blending Punjabi with hip-hop, captivating listeners regardless of their spoken language.

Making Memories has cemented Karan Aujla as the fastest-growing artist from India in recent times. His recent collaboration project with DIVINE secured numerous sports in the Billboard chart. Karan recently made history at the Juno Awards 2024 as the first Panjabi artist to win, taking home the Fan Choice Award an accolade.

From collaborating with YG and Preston Pablo to his partnership with Stake, Karan is fast becoming a global phenomenon and showcases the universal

It Was All A Dream  World Tour 2024
Friday 6th September                                    London, UK                        The O2
Saturday 7th September                               Birmingham, UK               bp pulse LIVE
Saturday 14th September                             Leeds, UK                           First Direct Arena

Access to Preferred Tickets is available to Mastercard cardholders in the UK on Friday 5th July at 10am. Please Visit www.priceless.com/music  to find out more.

Tickets go on general sale Friday 5th July at 10am via liveNation.co.uk
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