With 1.5 billion global streams, 8 million global album sales, 8 million UK single sales and two number one albums, Paolo Nutini has been heralded as “the best British male soul singer this century” (The Daily Telegraph). He has sold nearly a million tickets for his headline shows, selling out London’s O2 Arena, multiple nights at Glasgow’s Hydro Arena, and a triumphant hometown show at the 35,000 capacity Bellahouston Park in Glasgow in 2014. Other live highlights include festival headliners at Benicassim, T in The Park, and V Festival, unforgettable sets on Glastonbury’s Pyramid and Other Stages, and support slots with Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones.
The Ivor Novello and Tartan Clef Award winner and multiple Brit Award nominee made his much-anticipated return in 2022 with his third consecutive UK number one album, Last Night In The Bittersweet. Following headline sets at TRNSMT and Victorious Festivals, and a record-breaking, 70,000 tickets, sold-out residency at Glasgow’s Hydro Arena in December 2022, Paolo returned to headline both Latitude and Electric Picnic Festivals in 2023.