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Yungblud has announced his biggest UK tour to date

The dates are in support of his upcoming new album 'Weird!'.
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Published: 5:52 pm, October 23, 2020
Yungblud has announced his biggest UK tour to date

Yungblud has announced his biggest UK tour to date.

The Life On Mars tour will kick off on 28th September next year in support of his new album 'Weird!', set for release on 4th December.

"I’m so excited to get back on the road, it’s been too long now!" he says. "These shows are going to be double the energy, double the emotion, double the passion. These are biggest rooms I’ve ever played so be expecting a spectacle. I’ve have had a year trapped in a room and my ADHD needs to have some gasoline put on it and set me on fire…let’s get it!"

Catch him live at the following:

SEPTEMBER

28 Bournemouth, O2 Academy 

29 Plymouth, Pavilions

OCTOBER

01 London, Alexandra Palace

04 Bristol, O2 Academy 

07 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse 

09 Doncaster, Dome 

12 Newcastle, O2 Academy 

14 Birmingham, O2 Academy 

18 Liverpool, Guild of Students at Mountford Hall

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