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Kim Petras has expanded her upcoming UK tour due to demand

Glasgow's upgraded, and there's a new show in Manchester. 
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Published: 10:26 am, October 22, 2019
Kim Petras has expanded her upcoming UK tour due to demand

Kim Petras has made a few changes to her upcoming tour.

"Due to CRAZY demand for tickets," her Glasgow date has been upgraded to SWG3, and she's added a new Manchester show too.

Titled 'The Clarity Tour', the run already features her biggest London show to date at Shepherd's Bush Empire on 11th February.

The tour dates read:

January
24 Melkweg Main Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands
26 Docks, Hamburg, Germany
27 Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
29 Metropol, Berlin, Germany
30 Zappa, Antwerp, Germany

February
1 Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany
2 Le Trianon, Paris, France
4 Academy Dublin, Ireland
5 SWG3, Glasgow, Scotland
7 Academy 2, Birmingham, United Kingdom
8 Academy 2, Manchester, United Kingdom
9 Academy 2, Manchester, United Kingdom
11 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, United Kingdom

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