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April 2020
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Jay Som has postponed her upcoming UK tour so she can take care of her mental health

She's coming over in March instead.
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Published: 10:23 am, October 31, 2019
Jay Som has postponed her upcoming UK tour so she can take care of her mental health

Jay Som has postponed her upcoming UK tour.

The run was originally set to take place in November, but will now see her playing in support of latest album 'Anak Ko' throughout May.

She explains: "I need to take this time to get my mental health in order and appreciate the patience. Purchased tickets will be valid for the new dates below."

Find all the details on the poster below.

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