Katy B announces autumn UK tour - ticket details

Singer schedules biggest UK tour to date

Katy B announces autumn UK tour - ticket details

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Katy B has announced details of her biggest headline tour to date.

The singer, who entered the UK albums chart at Number Two on Sunday (April 10) with her debut album 'On A Mission', has scheduled 16 new dates for October and early November.

The trek begins at Ipswich Regent Theatre on October 8 and finishes up at Plymouth Pavilions on November 2.

Katy B will play:

Ipswich Regent Theatre (October 8)
O2 Academy Leeds (11)
O2 Apollo Manchester (12)
O2 Academy Newcastle (13)
O2 Academy Glasgow (14)
O2 Academy Liverpool (16)
O2 Academy Sheffield (17)
Nottingham Rock City (18)
O2 Academy Birmingham (20)
Cardiff University Great Hall (21)
O2 Academy Bristol (22)
O2 London Shepherd's Bush Empire(24)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (29)
Bournemouth International Centre (30)
Brighton Dome (31)
Plymouth Pavilions (November 2)


Tickets go on sale on Friday (April 15) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Katy B tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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