Maisie Peters is Soon to Kick Off the European Leg of The Good Witch Tour

Music Scene Media
Oct 6, 2023
2 min read
Photo Credits: Alice Moitié

UK-born Maisie Peters debuted in 2016 at the age of 15. After successfully releasing her first two singles, “Place We Were Made” and “Birthday”, she was signed by Atlantic Records UK in 2018. She released various singles with this record label before joining Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records in 2021, where she released her debut album “You Signed Up For This”, resulting in becoming the top-selling album in the UK independent selling stores for that week.

Her second album, The Good Witch, subsequently reached number one on the UK charts and was written while on tour in 2022, then released in June 2023 and sums up her life experiences of a tough break up.

According to the reaction of fans from her North American tour, it seems her UK and European fans are in for a real treat.

As the North American leg of the tour comes to an end, European fans wait in anticipation for the arrival of Maisie Peters and The Good Witch tour. 

With initial dates selling out so rapidly, new dates were added to fulfill the demand for what fans hope to be amazing performances. Supported by Australian singer-songwriter, Gretta Ray, Maisie is set to complete 13 shows across the UK and Southern Ireland, before moving on to Ghent in Belgium to continue the rest of the tour in 2024.

You can expect to see Maisie Peters at the following venues:


17th – O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow

18th – NX, Newcastle Upon Tyne

19th – O2 Academy Leeds, Leeds

21th – O2 Apollo, Manchester

22th – Rock City, Nottingham

23th – Liverpool Content, Liverpool

25th – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin

26th – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin

27th – The Telegraph Building, Belfast

29th – O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham

31th – O2 Academy, Bristol


1th – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol 

3th – OVO Arena Wembley, London 


13th – De Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium

14th – Olympia, Paris, France

17th – Union Scene, Drammen, Norway

18th – Fryshuset Arenan, Stockholm, Sweden

20th – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

22th – Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany

23th – Tonhalle, Munich, Germany

24th – Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany

26th – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

27th – Tivolivredenburgh, Utecht, Netherlands

28th – Palladium, Cologne, Germany

by Sofia Robertson

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