Fionn Regan announces new London show and ticket details

Singer-songwriter will return to the live scene this month

Fionn Regan announces new London show and ticket details
Fionn Regan has announced details of a new London show, set to take place next February.

The singer-songwriter will headline ULU on February 24 following a previously announced set of November dates, which kick off in Glasgow on November 9.

Regan is set to release a new album, 'The Shadow Of An Empire', in February next year. The album sees him moving on from his previous acoustic leanings to incorporate more electric instruments.

Fionn Regan will play:

Glasgow Captain's Rest (November 9)
Manchester Deaf Institute (10)
London Luminaire (11)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (12)
Brighton Jamm (13)
London Social (16)
London ULU (February 24)


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