Jamie Woon announces his biggest UK tour yet - ticket details

Singer will play eight dates on May and June trek

Jamie Woon announces his biggest UK tour yet - ticket details

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Jamie Woon have announced details of his biggest UK tour to date.

The singer, whose debut album 'Mirrorwriting' is released on April 4, will play eight dates across the UK on the gig run.

The shows start at Manchester’s Academy 2 on May 29 and finish with what will be his biggest headline gig yet, at London’s O2 Shepherds’ Bush Empire on June 9.

Jamie Woon will play:

Manchester Academy 2 (May 29)
Leeds Metropolitan University (30)
Sheffield Leadmill (31)
Bournemouth Old Fire Station (June 2)
Bristol Anson Rooms (3)
Birmingham HMV Institute (4)
Norwich Waterfront (6)
London O2 Shepherds’ Bush Empire (9)

Tickets go on sale on Friday (February 25) at 9am (GMT) for every performance except the London show, for which they are on sale now.

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

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