Jamiroquai have released an extra London date after their O2 gig sold out within seconds.
Jamiroquai have released tickets for a second date at The O2 Arena in London after the first show sold out in less than a minute.
The global funk group have announced they will be playing a second night at The O2 on Friday June 23 as part of the venue's birthday celebrations.
The band - who return to the music scene with 'Automaton', their first single in over nine years, which is released on March 31 - sold out their tickets for the London venue within 30 seconds of them going on sale.
The tour is their first set of live dates in over seven years and has lead them to trend globally on each announcement.
Jamiroquai have sold more than 26 million records worldwide and are currently holding the Guinness Book of World Records for best-selling funk album of all time.
What's more, 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of Jamiroquai's debut single 'When You Gotta Learn', as well as the 20th anniversary of their smash hit 'Virtual Insanity'.
The video for the 1997 single won four awards at the MTV VMAs and a Grammy.
Jamiroquai's European Tour Dates:
Nov 2nd - Manchester - Manchester Arena
Nov 4th - Birmingham - Barclaycard Arena
Nov 7th - Dusseldorf - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Nov 8th - Amsterdam - Ziggo Dome
Nov 11th - Antwerp - Sportpaleis
Nov 13th - Berlin - Velodrom
Nov 15th - Vienna - Wiener Stadthalle
Nov 16th - Munich - Olympiahalle
Nov 18th - Zurich - Hallenstadion
Nov 20th - Milan - Mediolanum Forum
Nov 22nd - Toulouse - Zenith de Toulouse
Nov 25th - Madrid - Wizink Center
Nov 27th - Nantes - Zenith Nantes Metropole
Nov 29th - Paris - AccorHotels Arena