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Kate Nash announces 2024-2025 UK and European tour dates

June 24th, 2024

Kate Nash has announced plans for a UK and European tour. Find all the details below.

The star, who recently released her first studio album in six years ‘9 Sad Symphonies’, is set to hit the road for a series of shows kicking off at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on November 21, with further shows in Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, London and Brighton.

The UK run will include two shows at the capital’s KOKO venue on November 28 and the O2 Forum Kentish Town on April 9, 2025. You can purchase tickets here from 10am BST on Wednesday (June 26).

A pre-sale is also running from today (June 24) until Wednesday which you can purchase tickets for here.

Kate Nash performs live CREDIT: Rob Ball/Getty

From there she will head to the Netherlands on December 5, 2024 before wrapping up her dates at the Dublin Academy on December 18.

You can view the full list of tour dates below:

Kate Nash’s 2024/ 2025 tour dates are:

21 – Glasgow – Oran Mor
22 – Newcastle Northumbria Uni Domain
25 – Leeds Beckett University
26 – Manchester New Century Hall
28 – London
29 – Brighton Chalk

5 – Utrecht TivoliVredenburg (Pandora)
6 – Osnabrück Die Botschaft
7 – Berlin Astra Kulturhaus
9 – Cologne Kantine
10 – Paris L’Alhambra
17 – Belfast Limelight 1
18 – Dublin Academy

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9 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town

Nash’s recent album has been described as her beginning “a new and unprecedented artistic journey” and draws on “inspiration from old Hollywood glamour, vintage musicals, and the relentless pursuit of beauty in a chaotic world.”

Her last studio album, ‘Yesterday Was Forever’, was released back in 2018 via Grrrl Gang.

Nash has also worked as an actor in recent years, starring in the Netflix series GLOW as Rhonda ‘Britannica’ Richardson, and appeared in various other titles.

This content was originally sourced and posted at NME »
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