Sam Smith tickets prices have been revealed ahead of their Royal Albert Hall shows going on sale

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Sam Smith tickets go on sale this week and ticket prices have been revealed. (Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Sam Smith recently announced two Royal Albert Hall shows – and the ticket prices have been revealed.

The singer will perform two nights at the iconic London venue on 21-22 October.

Following a sold-out presale, the ticket prices for the shows have been released ahead of the general sale.

Fans can get their hands on them from 9am on 23 September via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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The announcement coincides with the release of their upcoming single, “Unholy”, which will feature Kim Petras.

It’s due for release on 22 September and is expected to be the lead single from their upcoming fourth studio album.

Sam recently teased the track on their Instagram with a video of them miming and dancing to the much-anticipated track.

Their upcoming Royal Albert Hall shows will see them return to the stage, with the singer saying they’re “incredibly excited” and “we are planning such a special show for you all, it’s been too long since we’ve been together”.

Fans can expect to hear some of their biggest hits including, “Stay with Me”, “Too Good at Goodbyes” and “Promises” alongside new material.

Ahead of tickets going on sale you can find out how much they’ll cost and where to get them below.

How much are Sam Smith tickets?

Following the ticket presale it’s been confirmed how much Sam Smith tickets are for their two Royal Albert Hall shows.

The venue has confirmed that tickets are priced at the following:

  • £40-£95 plus booking fees.

They go on general sale from 9am on 23 September via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

It’s also been confirmed by the venue that there is a four ticket limit across the two shows.

What are the tour dates?

  • 21 October – Royal Albert Hall, London
  • 22 October – Royal Albert Hall, London

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