7th December 2010
Grammy award winning R&B superstar, Rihanna, has announced that she will be touring the UK in October 2011. Rihanna will perform six arena dates in the UK, including shows in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Newcastle.
The tour announcement closely follows the release of Rihanna's fifth studio album, Loud, which has enjoyed huge success in album charts across the world.
See a full list of Rihanna's UK tour dates at the bottom of this page...
Update 12th December 2010: Following Rihanna's appearance on the X Factor final, when she dueted with Matt Cardle, it has been announced that two extra dates have been added to her upcoming UK tour. The new shows will take place at the O2 Arena in London (6th October) and at the SECC in Glasgow (11th October).
Update 14th December 2010: Rihanna has added even more shows to her UK tour, including a third show at the O2 Arena in London (13th October), a second show at the LG Arena in Birmingham (18th November), a new show at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield (19th November), a second show at the MEN Arena in Manchester (21st November), plus a new show at the Trent FM Arena in Nottingham (22nd November).
Update 15th December 2010: Rihanna has added two extra Irish shows to her upcoming tour. There's a second show at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast (30th September), plus a second show at the O2 in Dublin (25th November).
Update 17th December 2010: Rihanna has added a fourth show at the O2 Arena in London (14th November), and a third show at the SECC in Glasgow (23rd November).
Update 12th January 2011: Rihanna's UK tour just keeps getting bigger! Rihanna has added a fifth show at the O2 Arena in London (15th November), a second show at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle (27th November), a third show at the MEN Arena in Manchester (28th November) plus a new show at the NIA in Birmingham (29th November).
Update 26th January 2011: Even more dates announced! Rihanna has a sixth show at the O2 Arena in London (13th November), and a fourth show at the MEN Arena in Manchester (1st December).