Katy B announces March 2014 UK tour plans

Singer will play a series of live shows across Britain next year

Katy B announces March 2014 UK tour plans

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Katy B has revealed details of a UK tour to take place in March 2014.

The south London singer-songwriter will play a series of gigs in the UK next year, including a homecoming show at KOKO in Camden on March 26. Starting in Brighton on March 25, the short tour will conclude in Manchester on March 29. Tickets for all dates go on sale at 9am on Friday (November 15) morning. Scroll down for more ticket details.

Katy B will release new album 'Little Red' in 2014. The album is likely to feature her current single '5AM' as well as new track 'Crying For No Reason', a live version of which was recently revealed online. Taken from a Zane Lowe session, the song can be streamed below. 'Little Red' follows debut album 'On A Mission' and the free 'Danger' EP she put out in December last year (2012).



Katy B will play:

Brighton, Concorde 2 (March 25)
London, KOKO (26)
02 Academy 2, Oxford (27)
Birmingham, Institute Library (28)
Manchester Academy 2 (29)


To check the availability of Katy B tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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