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April 2020
Reading & Leeds

Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018

Check out some photos of her Saturday afternoon set.
Published: 9:27 am, August 26, 2018Words: Steven Loftin. Photos: Ryan Johnston.

Minnesota artist Lizzo is all kinds of everything. Dancing between, gospel, funk and trip-hop, her presence and voice turn the Saturday afternoon of Reading into a carnival. With a homemade outfit, and her dancers The Big GRRRLS emulating every firing line that she conjures, Lizzo fires out songs that portray everything from the nightmare situation of losing your phone on a night out (‘Phone’), to heartbreak (‘Truth Hurts’). Lizzo has the antidote to all your woes - and she’ll bring the show to boot.

Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018
Lizzo is the antidote to all your woes at Reading 2018

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