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April 2020
On the road

Beabadoobee's gonna support The 1975 on tour next year

She's also covered 'Don't You (Forget About Me)'.
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Published: 10:19 am, November 20, 2019
Beabadoobee's gonna support The 1975 on tour next year

The 1975 have announced that Beabadoobee's going to support them on tour.

The two Dirty Hit labelmates will hit the road in support of The 1975's upcoming album 'Notes On A Conditional Form', kicking off the run on Saturday 15th February in Nottingham, before going on to play shows in Newcastle, Leeds, Bournemouth, London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Dublin.

Bea's also just dropped a cover of 'Don't You (Forget About Me)' as part of Spotify Singles - have a listen below.

The dates read:

February
15 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
16 Newcastle, Utilita Arena
17 Leeds, first direct arena
19 Bournemouth, BIC
21 London, The O2
22 London, The O2
23 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
25 Birmingham, Arena
26 Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
28 Manchester, Arena
29 Aberdeen, P&J Live

March
1 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
3 Dublin, 3Arena

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