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Celeste has announced a new batch of dates for 2020

The run includes a huge show at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.
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Published: 5:32 pm, October 25, 2019
Celeste has announced a new batch of dates for 2020

So-hot-right-now new act Celeste has announced a new batch of dates for 2020.

With current single 'Strange' on the BBC Radio 1 playlist, she's already got a bunch of dates planned in for November, including a sold out three night stand at London's Omeara before joining Michael Kiwanuka for shows across Europe.

The new run includes a show at London's iconic O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, as well as dates in Manchester and Glasgow.

With tickets for the new shows on general sale from 10am on Friday, 1st November, you can catch Celeste at:

November
12 Omeara, London
13 Omeara, London
14 Omeara, London

April
27 King Tuts, Glasgow
28 Deaf Institute, Manchester
29 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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