Alicia Keys is going on tour in the UK - here are all the dates and how to get tickets

Fifteen-time Grammy Award winning artist Alicia Keys has announced a limited number of UK and Ireland live dates this summer.

The 'No One' and 'Fallin'' singer will visit Dublin, Manchester, Birmingham, and London in 2020 as part of her 'ALICIA' world tour.

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Announcing the tour on Twitter with a video, Keys can be seen saying "if I score this strike, I'm going on tour." She hands her phone to a friend, and then proceeds to knock down ten pins at her local bowling alley.

The ALICIA tour is in support of Key's seventh studio album of the same name, which is due for release on 20 March through RCA Records.

Here's everything you need to know about it:

Where is Alicia Keys playing?

The full list of UK and Ireland dates for Keys looks like this:

5 June 2020 - Dublin, 3Arena7 June 2020 - Manchester Arena8 June 2020 - Birmingham Arena10 June 2020 - The O2, London

What might she play?

Key's back catalogue of music covers nearly 25 years, so there are plenty of songs for the 38-year old to choose from when compiling her setlists.

So what might Keys play on her tour?

No doubt the classics will get an airing - think 'No One', 'Fallin'' and 'If I Ain't Got You' - but what else might you expect to hear at the shows?

According to setlist.fm, in 2017's (the last year in which Keys toured extensively), her 'average' setlist looked like this:

28 Thousand DaysThe GospelYou Don't Know My NameUnbreakableTry Sleeping with a Broken HeartPawn It AllIf I Ain't Got YouLike You'll Never See Me AgainFallin'Blended Family (What You Do for Love)In CommonGirl on FireEmpire State of Mind, Part II: Broken DownNo One

Expect Keys to pepper in plenty of tracks from her new record too.

How do I get tickets?

Tickets for Alicia Key's upcoming tour go on sale at 10am on Monday 27 January at 9am. However, there are a number of ways fans can get their hands on tickets early.

The O2 presale is currently ongoing, and lasts until 8am on Monday 27 January.

Fans with an American Express card can also get in on the action early until - though their pre-sale doesn't start until 10am on Thursday 23 January.

Finally, the Live Nation pre-sale begins on Sunday 26 January at 9am.

In all cases, more information can be found through Ticketmaster.

Alicia Keys performs onstage during the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Ahead of her world tour Keys will once again be stepping up the awards show mantel to host the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

Keys and two-time Grammy nominated singer Bebe Rexha announced the nominations on CBS' This Morning in November.

The 62nd Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday 26 January at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.