December 1, 2009 18:01

Ellie Goulding announces first headline tour

Singer hits the road next spring

Ellie Goulding announces first headline tour
Ellie Goulding has announced details of her first headline tour.

The singer, who releases new single 'Starry Eyed' on February 22, followed by her debut album on March 1, will hit the road this spring.

She plays:
Bristol Thekla (March 25)
Oxford Academy 2 (26)
Birmingham Academy 2 (27)
Liverpool Academy 2 (29)
Manchester Club Academy (30)
Sheffield Academy 2 (31)
Leeds Cockpit (April 1)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (6)
Newcastle The Other Rooms (7)
Glasgow King Tuts (8)
Lancaster Library (10)
York Fibbers (11)
Southend Chinnerys (12)
Norwich Waterfront (13)
London Heaven (15)
Brighton Digital (16)
Cardiff Barfly (17)


Tickets go on sale on Friday (December 4). To check the availability of Ellie Goulding tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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