Laura Marling announces Scotland tour and ticket details

Singer set for July Highlands gig run

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Laura Marling has announced details of a tour of the Scottish Highlands this July.

The London singer/songwriter will play six dates on the tour, kicking off on July 8 at Mull's Aros Hall. The tour will wrap up at the Ironworks venue in Inverness on July 26.

Tickets for all dates except the Orkney show will go on sale at 10am (BST) on Saturday (May 28). Tickets for the Orkney date will go on sale at 10am on June 3. See for more information.

Laura Marling, who is expected to release her third album later this year, will play:

Mull Aros Hall (July 18)
Stornoway Lanntair (20)
Skye Aros Hall (21)
Banchory Woodend Barn UK (22)
Orkney St Magnus Cathedral (25)
Inverness Ironworks (26)

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

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