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Freya Ridings has booked a big old headline tour for November

She'll be playing in support of her upcoming self-titled debut album.
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Published: 3:21 pm, June 14, 2019
Freya Ridings has booked a big old headline tour for November

Freya Ridings has announced a headline tour for November.

Playing in support of her upcoming self-titled debut album, out 19th July, she’ll perform in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff, Southampton and London.

The dates are:

NOVEMBER
11 Newcastle, O2 Academy
12 Glasgow, O2 Academy
14 Manchester, O2 Apollo
16 Leeds, O2 Academy
17 Birmingham, O2 Academy
18 Brighton, Dome
20 Cardiff, St. David’s Hall
21 Southampton, o2 Guildhall
22 London, Eventim Apollo

Tickets go on general sale from 10am on Friday, 21st June.

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