Double platinum and BRIT award-winning artist Paloma Faith has announced that she will be performing an outdoor show in Carlisle next year.

The “Stone Cold Sober” singer will take to the stage at Bitts Park on Saturday, July 23. Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs are also set to perform in the city that weekend.

Talking about the tour, Paloma said: "I've been touring my recent album, Infinite Things, and it's been so invigorating seeing everyone out on the road around the UK. I've loved playing live again and I am beyond excited to announce my Summer 2022 tour. I love nothing more than singing for you all and hearing you sing back to me. There’s nothing like it.”

Performing an array of hits from her extensive and much-loved repertoire. These homecoming shows will have fans singing along to classics such as “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” and “Lullaby” as well as new songs from her fifth studio album “Infinite Things”.

It’s been a busy year for the singer with Paloma releasing her BBC documentary ‘Paloma Faith: As I Am’ earlier this year which received praise from critics and fans for its insight into the pop star's life and frank discussions around motherhood.

She also entered the world of interior design with the launch of her Paloma Home collection as well as filming season three of Pennyworth and the prequel series to Stephen Fears’ movie Dangerous Liaisons.

Liz Doogan-Hobbs, CEO of Grandslam Live said: We’re delighted to be working with TEG MJR in producing Paloma’s show and working closely with the great team at Carlisle, Bitts Park. It’s going to be one epic festival weekend of Music as we also have Olly Murs performing the day before, and Tom Jones the day after.

"It’s great to be back out working on shows again after such a challenging time. This tour has been really well received by Paloma’s army of loyal fans and we’re looking forward to a great weekend in Carlisle.”

Carlisle City Cllr Stephen Higgs, Portfolio holder for Communities, Heritage and Leisure said: “We already have an amazing weekend lined up with Olly Murs and Tom Jones so to have Paloma Faith as well is great news for Carlisle. It’s set to be a packed weekend, not to be missed.”

Tickets go on sale next Friday and will be available via, or in person at The Sands Centre.