Björk announces one-off London gig on September 3 - ticket details

One-off show at Alexandra Palace will be the first time the singer has brought her 'Biophilia Tour' to the capital

Björk announces one-off London gig on September 3 - ticket details

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Bjork has announced a one-off gig at London's Alexandra Palace on September 3.

This will be the first time the Icelandic singer has brought her long-running 'Biophilia Tour' to the British capital and a post on her official site branded it "an emotionally significant show for Björk herself, who called the city home in her youth".

Björk's 'Biophilia' performance will be the first ever "in the round" show at Alexandra Palace and the singer's final "in the round" performance in Europe. Tickets will be available from 9am tomorrow (June 12) and prices start at £65 each.

The singer kicked off the 'Biophilia Tour' with a seven-date residency at Manchester's Campfield Market Hall in June 2011 as part of the Manchester International Festival. The tour's only other UK stop to date came at Bestival that September.

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