Prince to play London gig tonight (February 14)

Backing band 3RDEYEGIRL tweet hints about further live show in the capital

Prince to play London gig tonight (February 14)

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Prince could be set to follow his surprise London shows last week with a further performance tonight (February 14).

3RDEYEGIRL, the iconic singer's backing band, tweeted earlier "!!!!!!!!!ACOUSTIC JAM Q & A!!!!!!!!!!!!" before posting the address of North London venue King's Place. Another tweet soon followed with the message "KINGS PLACE: 2NITE!!!" A latest message updates followers with: "KINGS PLACE: NOW!!!"




Prince's manager Kiran Sharma has since announced tickets for the King's Place show will be £70.




Earlier this month, Prince played two surprise shows at Camden's Electric Ballroom, with the first (February 4) described as an "open soundcheck" where the musician and his band aired new material.

Prince then continued his Hit And Run Tour last weekend (February 9) with a two-and-a-half hour spectacular at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire. During the show, he played nearly 40 songs from his back catalogue, along with new material and a selection of hits. Fans had been told by venue security that tickets would cost £70 but were actually charged £10 on the door.



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