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April 2020
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Kele has announced a new tour for February 2020

The run includes a night at London, Oslo.
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Published: 10:08 am, November 11, 2019 Photos: Asia Werbel.
Kele has announced a new tour for February 2020

Kele has announced a new tour for February 2020.

The dates are in support of his just-released new album '2042', with tickets going on sale from 10am on Friday 15th November.

In a time of Brexit and Trump, Kele says: “I wanted to counter the bile, and create a record that prepared my children on some level for what they might experience in their lives. Something that gave them some sort of tools to defend themselves.”

The dates read:

FEBRUARY
4 Newcastle upon Tyne, The Cluny
5 Glasgow, King Tut's Wah WahHut
6 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
8 Manchester, YES (The Pink Room)
9 Birmingham, Hare And Hounds
10 Bristol, The Exchange
11 London, Oslo
12 Brighton, Komedia Studio

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