Katy B announces one-off show at London's Roundhouse - ticket details

She will also embark on a short tour of the UK in March

Katy B announces one-off show at London's Roundhouse - ticket details

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Katy B will play a one-off show at London's Roundhouse on October 23.

The gig will follow her sold out March tour of the UK and also the release of her second album 'Little Red', which comes out on February 10. It follows her 2011 debut 'On A Mission'. In addition to the singles 'Crying For No Reason' and '5 AM', Katy B's collaboration with Jessie Ware, 'Aaliyah', which was first heard on 2012's 'Danger' EP, features on the album.

Speaking about 'Little Red', she revealed it will be "a bit moreā€¦ this is real life". She added: "There are still going to be lots of songs about me and my little adventures around London, but then at the same time I've had experiences in love and life that have been about this period of my life."

Katy B will embark on a short tour this March, including a homecoming show at KOKO in Camden on March 26.

Katy B will play:

Brighton, Concorde 2 (March 25, 2014)
London, KOKO (26)
02 Academy 2, Oxford (27)
Birmingham, Institute Library (28)
Manchester Academy 2 (29)
London Roundhouse (October 23)


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