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Iceland’s Daði Freyr has announced details of a full UK headline tour next year

The ‘Think About Things’ hit maker has revealed more dates, joining nights in London and Dublin for next year
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Published: 1:53 pm, June 24, 2020
Iceland’s Daði Freyr has announced details of a full UK headline tour next year

Eurovision fave Daði Freyr has announced details of a full UK headline tour next year

Kicking off on April 23rd in Birmingham, the run will see the nu-pop sensation run through Bristol, Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester before closing things out with a big night at London’s O2 Forum on April 30th

It’s hot off the back of breakthrough pop smash ‘Think About Things’, originally set to take the stage at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest before… well, we all know the rest

Daði Freyr was also recently announced as playing this year’s Iceland Airwaves, returning this November

Daði Freyr will play:

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23 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute 2
24 BRISTOL Trinity
26 LEEDS The Wardrobe
28 GLASGOW The Garage
29 MANCHESTER Club Academy
30 LONDON O2 Forum Kentish Town

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