Ida Maria set for UK tour

Swedish rocker also announces new single details

Ida Maria set for UK tour
Ida Maria has announced details of her first ever UK headline tour.

The jaunt, which kicks off in Carlisle on May 9, coincides with the release of the Swedish singer's new single 'Queen Of The World', available from May 12.

Two gigs at the Camden Crawl, on April 18 and 19, will precede the tour, which calls at:

Carlisle Brick Yard (May 9)
Middlesbrough Empire (10)
Aberdeen Tunnels (11)
Brighton Great Escape Festival (15 and 16)
Leeds Cockpit (19)
Oxford Jericho Tavern (20)
London Kings College (21)
Bristol Dot-To-Dot Festival (24)
Nottingham Dot-To-Dot Festival (25)
Birmingham Glee Club (27)
Sheffield Foundry (29)
Manchester Academy 3 (31)
Glasgow King Tuts (June 1)

To check the availability of Ida Maria tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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