SAM SMITH SELLS OUT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN IN NEW YORK AND THE FORUM IN LOS ANGELES IN MINUTES, WITH SECOND LOS ANGELES SHOW ADDED

ADDITIONAL 2015 TOUR MARKETS ALREADY SOLD OUT INCLUDE: ATLANTA, NASHVILLE, WASHINGTON D.C.,
BOSTON, TORONTO, DETROIT, CHICAGO, SAN FRANCISCO, MINNEAPOLIS AND VANCOUVER

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Sam Smith has sold out Madison Square Garden in NYC and The Forum in Los Angeles in minutes, with a second show in Los Angeles being added on January 29, 2015. The month-long run is additionally sold out in Atlanta, Nashville, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Washington D.C. and Vancouver. Smith will take the stages of the some of the most prestigious high capacity venues in the country.

Earlier this week, Smith swept the MOBO Awards, taking home awards for “Best RnB Act,” “Best Male,” “Best Song” (“Stay With Me”) and “Best Album.” Additionally, the 22-year old British sensation walked away with a Q Award for “Best New Act” – earning five awards in just one day.

Smith is also nominated for two American Music Awards: “New Artist of the Year Presented by Kohl’s” and “Favorite Male Artist – Pop/Rock,” to air live Sunday, November 23 (8:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on ABC, where Smith will also take the stage to perform hit single, “I’m Not The Only One.”

Smith’s fast-paced trajectory is attributed to his undeniable, and immense talent. His album In The Lonely Hour debuted at No. 1 in the UK and No. 2 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S., and remained in the Top 10 for 13 weeks. That album claimed the record for the highest first week sales for a UK male artist in the soundscan era and currently has surpassed sales of 2.8 million adjusted units worldwide. Most recently, the album climbed back up to No. 1 in the UK once again, while it has remained in the Top 5 since release, 21 weeks ago.

SAM SMITH ARENA/THEATRE TOUR 2015

January 9 Atlanta, Ga. Fox Theatre
January 10 Nashville, Tenn. Grand Ole Opry House
January 12 Fairfax, Va. Patriot Center
January 13 Philadelphia, Pa. The Liacouras Center
January 15 New York, N.Y. Madison Square Garden
January 17 Boston, Mass. Agganis Arena
January 19 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
January 20 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
January 22 Detroit, Mich. Masonic Temple Theatre
January 23 Chicago, Ill. UIC Pavilion
January 24 St. Paul, Minn. Roy Wilkins Auditorium
January 26 Broomfield, Colo. 1st Bank Center
January 29 Los Angeles, Calif. The Forum
January 30 Los Angeles, Calif. The Forum
January 31 San Francisco, Calif. Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
February 2 Seattle, Wash. Key Arena
February 4 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena