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Sigrid has unveiled a new UK tour for the end of the year

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Published: 1:15 pm, February 21, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Sigrid has unveiled a new UK tour for the end of the year

Dork cover star Sigrid has announced a new tour for this winter.

Playing in support of her (v good) debut album ‘Sucker Punch’, out on 8th March, she’ll perform eight shows across the UK and Ireland including a night at London’s Eventim Apollo.

Tickets are on sale from Friday, 1st March - pick up yours here.

NOVEMBER
22 Dublin 3Arena
23 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
24 Nottingham Rock City
26 Edinburgh Usher Hall
27 Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
29 Manchester Manchester Academy

DECEMBER
02 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
04 London London Eventim Apollo

Sigrid will also tour with George Ezra next month.

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