Sam Smith | The Thrill Of It All Tour

LOCATION
Little Caesars Arena
2645 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI, United States
DATE
Jun 22, 2018

8 p.m.

2018-06-22 00:00:00America/DetroitSam Smith | The Thrill Of It All TourSam Smith’s sophomore album, The Thrill Of It All, will be released worldwide on November 3 via Capitol Records. In support, Smith has announced the North American dates for “The Thrill Of It All Tour”. The arena run will include a performance at Little Caesars Arena. He recently gave fans a taste of his new album during a series of intimate shows in London, New York, Los Angeles and Berlin. The Thrill Of It All finds Smith once again working alongside close friend and long-time collaborator Jimmy Napes plus Timbaland, Malay, Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd and Stargate. He also collaborates with the unsigned artist YEBBA on the song “No Peace.” Rolling Stone hailed his newest single “Too Good At Goodbyes” as “poignant” and TIME observed, “Cue the swelling violins, gospel chorus and Smith’s inevitable return to dominance.” Vulture said, “Crooning with his trademark soul, Smith packs an emotional punch with his lyrics…It’s been a long wait…but if the rest of his upcoming album is as moving as this new song, it has certainly been worth it.”Little Caesars Arena
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Sam Smith’s sophomore album, The Thrill Of It All, will be released worldwide on November 3 via Capitol Records. In support, Smith has announced the North American dates for “The Thrill Of It All Tour”. The arena run will include a performance at Little Caesars Arena.

He recently gave fans a taste of his new album during a series of intimate shows in London, New York, Los Angeles and Berlin. The Thrill Of It All finds Smith once again working alongside close friend and long-time collaborator Jimmy Napes plus Timbaland, Malay, Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd and Stargate. He also collaborates with the unsigned artist YEBBA on the song “No Peace.”

Rolling Stone hailed his newest single “Too Good At Goodbyes” as “poignant” and TIME observed, “Cue the swelling violins, gospel chorus and Smith’s inevitable return to dominance.” Vulture said, “Crooning with his trademark soul, Smith packs an emotional punch with his lyrics…It’s been a long wait…but if the rest of his upcoming album is as moving as this new song, it has certainly been worth it.”

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