Jessie J Delays 'Nice To Meet You' 2013 UK Arena Tour To Continue Work On New Album

The 'Who You Are' singer confirms her new arena tour has been rescheduled to begin in October next year.

Jessie J has announced she has postponed her 2013 UK arena tour until October next year to give her more time to work on her new album.

The 'Domino' star had been scheduled to perform up and down the country in March 2013 on her 'Nice To Meet You' UK tour , but announced the postponement today (14th December) and said she is "truly sorry" for all of her fans.

"I would like to be the first to tell you that my #NiceToMeetYouTour has been rescheduled to later next year," Jessie tweeted this afternoon. "I am honestly truly sorry but I hope you all can understand that it's just because I would like to take more time to finish my new album."

Jessie went on to promise she will make the rescheduled 'Nice To Meet You' tour her 'biggest and best ever", and will now play 17 dates across the UK starting in Belfast on 15th October 2013.

"I promise to make the show my biggest and best ever and cannot wait for you all to hear my new songs :)," Jessie added. "All tickets for the #NiceToMeetYouTour2013 will still be valid but for the new dates please go to [JessieJOfficial.com]."

Check out a picture of Jessie J arriving to film an appearance on Chatty Man earlier this month below (Credit: Splash):

Jessie J has been writing new music for the follow-up to her 2011 debut 'Who You Are' for the past several months.

View the full updated list of dates for Jessie J's reschedule 'Nice To Meet You' UK tour below:

  • Belfast (Odyssey) - 15th October
  • Dublin (O2) - 16th October
  • Birmingham (LG Arena) - 18th October
  • Sheffield (Arena) - 19th October
  • Aberdeen (AECC) - 21st October
  • Glasgow (Hydro Arena) - 22nd October
  • Nottingham (Arena) - 24th October
  • Nottingham (Arena) - 25th October
  • Newcastle (Arena) - 26th October
  • London (O2 Arena) - 29th October
  • London (O2 Arena) - 30th October
  • Manchester (Arena) - 1st November
  • Manchester (Arena) - 2nd November
  • Liverpool (Arena) - 4th November
  • Brighton (Centre) - 6th November
  • Bournemouth (Arena) - 10th November
  • Cardiff (Arena) - 11th November