Exciting pop news incoming: Loreen, two-time Eurovision champion, is embarking on a tour across the UK and Europe.

The Swedish icon will kick off the Tattoo Tour in Dublin on 7 November, before making stops in Glasgow and London, as well as cities across the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, and Latvia. It will conclude in Lithuania on 1 December.

In a statement, Loreen said she’s “thrilled” to “invite you all into my universe”: “The Tattoo tour will be the first European tour I’ve done in a while and I’m beyond excited to be back on stage and meet everyone that has supported me through this journey.

“The connections I’ve made these years mean the world to me and to finally be able to meet you all again is a dream come true.”

On 13 May, Loreen made history when she conquered the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest with her hypnotic pop track Tattoo, becoming the first woman – and second person overall after Ireland’s Johnny Logan – to win twice.

Rightfully so, she has now been dubbed the “Queen of Eurovision”.

She memorably triumphed in 2012 with her iconic dance track Euphoria, which received the second-highest number of points ever (at the time) and topped the charts in various European countries.

Tattoo subsequently skyrocketed to the runner-up position in the UK, becoming Loreen’s highest-charting single in the UK in the process.

It also hit number-one in Austria, Belgium, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland.

Check out the full list of dates for the Tattoo Tour below and sign up here for pre-sale access. Tickets go live on Friday 26 May at 10am.

Tuesday 7 November | Dublin, Ireland | Opium Rooms
Wednesday 8 November | Glasgow, UK | St Lukes
Friday 10 November | London, UK | Electric Brixton
Sunday 12 November | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Paradiso
Tuesday 14 November | Antwerp, Belgium | Trix
Wednesday 15 November | Berlin, Germany | Metropol
Thursday 16 November | Warsaw, Poland | Stodola
Friday 17 November | Hamburg, Germany | Docks
Sunday 19 November | Oslo, Norway | Rockefeller Music Hall
Monday 20 November | Copenhagen, Denmark | Vega
Thursday 23 November | Stockholm, Sweden | Cirkus
Sunday 26 November | Helsinki, Finland | Vanha
Monday 27 November | Tampere, Finland | Pakkahuone Hall
Wednesday 29 November | Tallinn, Estonia | Noblessner Foundry
Thursday 30 November | Riga, Latvia | Palladium
Friday 1 December | Kaunas, Lithuania | Kauno Arena