Angel Haze announces trio of UK shows - ticket details

The rapper will play three shows in March

Angel Haze announces trio of UK shows - ticket details

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Angel Haze has announced plans for three UK shows, set to take place in March.

The rapper will play Manchester Gorilla on March 7, Birmingham O2 Academy 2 on March 8 and London Heaven on March 11. Tickets go on sale January 17.

Last month Haze leaked her debut album 'Dirty Gold'. The New York rapper put the entirety of her record online after going on a Twitter rant about her label. The LP was due to drop on March 3, 2014, but Haze wanted to release it last year because it was finished.

"My album has been done for seven months and I genuinely craved getting it out so my fans could hear it," explained Haze after she put out the record. "I didn't wanna leak the album. Obviously it's a lot more beneficial to put it up on iTunes [...] but I had to set an example."

The album was officially released on December 30, 2013. It features production from Greg Kurstin (Lily Allen, Tegan and Sara) and Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Mumford and Sons) and includes a track written by Australian singer-songwriter Sia, who has penned recent hits for Rihanna and Rita Ora.

Angel Haze plays:

Manchester Gorilla (March 7)
Birmingham O2 Academy 2 (8)
London Heaven (11)


She has also been announced as the support on Bastille's UK which begins in February. The dates are as follows:

Newcastle O2 Academy (26)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (27)
Manchester O2 Apollo (28)
Manchester O2 Apollo (March 1)
Plymouth Pavilions (3)
Bournemouth International Centre (5)
London Alexandra Palace (6)


To check the availability of Angel Haze tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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