November 1, 2011 18:22

Labrinth announces 2012 UK tour – ticket details

The solo artist and producer will play 11 shows on his debut tour

Labrinth announces 2012 UK tour – ticket details

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Labrinth has announced plans for his first full tour of the UK, which is set to kick off in February 2012.

The producer behind hits from Tinie Tempah, Professor Green and Ms Dynamite is also signed to SyCo as a solo artist and released his Number Two single 'Earthquake' last month.

He recently told The Sun that he's currently focusing on his debut album.

I've had millions of offers [from the US] but I've been busy working on my own album. It's amazing to see what the urban scene is doing over here.


The 22-year-old, real name Timothy McKenzie, is also responsible for producing the Children In Need single, a cover of Massive Attack's 'Teardrop' featuring the likes of Tinchy Stryder, Wretch 32, N-Dubz's Tulisa Contostavlos – pictured right – and Ed Sheeran.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday November 4 at 9am (GMT).

Labrinth plays:

Birmingham HMV Institute Library (February 23)
O2 Academy Liverpool (24)
Manchester Academy 2 (25)
Glasgow O2 ABC2 (26)
Leeds Metropolitan University (28)
O2 Academy Oxford (29)
O2 Academy Bristol (March 1)
Cardiff University Solus (2)
Norwich Waterfront (4)
London KOKO (5)
Brighton Concorde (8)



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