Jamie T announces rescheduled UK and Ireland tour – ticket details

Extra O2 Academy Brixton show added to dates

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Jamie T has announced details of his rescheduled UK and Ireland tour after postponing the original dates due to laryngitis.

The gig run had been set to kick off on October 1 earlier this year, but the Wimbledon musician has now announced the jaunt will begin on January 19 at Nottingham Rock City.

In addition to the original venue bookings, a new show at the O2 Academy Brixton has been added to the schedule – he will now play the venue twice, on February 5 and 6.

The Belfast show (9) has been upgraded from the Limelight to Mandela Hall, while the Dublin gig (10) has been upgraded from The Village to the Academy.

"I would like to say thanks to you all for your kind messages and your patience over the last couple of months," Jamie T said. "It's been a frustrating time for all involved but I'm happy to say that we will be back on the road soon."

Original tickets remain valid for the new dates and venues. Remaining tickets go onsale tomorrow (November 13) at 10am (GMT).

Jamie T will play:

Nottingham Rock City (January 19)
Birmingham O2 Academy (20)
Sheffield O2 Academy (22)
Manchester Academy (23)
Leeds O2 Academy (25)
Glasgow Barrowlands (27)
Newcastle Northumberland University (28)
Preston 53 Degrees (30)
Norwich UEA (31)
Southampton Guildhall (February 2)
Bristol O2 Academy (3)
London O2 Academy Brixton (5, 6)
Belfast Mandella Hall (9)
Dublin Academy (10)

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