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Jess Glynne announces first UK and Ireland arena tour

London-based singer-songwriter will play nine huge shows in November and December

Jess Glynne has announced her first ever UK and Ireland arena tour.

The London-based singer-songwriter will play nine huge shows in November and December, including a stop at London’s O2 Arena on November 30.

Her ‘Take Me Home Tour’ will begin at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on November 18 and visit Liverpool, Dublin, Leeds, Newcastle, Brighton, Plymouth and London before wrapping up in Cardiff.

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Jess Glynne will play the following dates:

Birmingham, Genting Arena (November 18)
Liverpool, Echo Arena (20)
Dublin, 3Arena (22)
Leeds. First Direct Arena (24)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (25)
Brighton Centre (27)
Plymouth Pavilions (28)
London, The 02 (30)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 1)

Jess Glynne’s debut album ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ came out in August 2015 and peaked at Number One in the UK. She has now racked up five Number One hits in the UK – a joint record for a British female artist with Cheryl Cole.

Glynne’s tally of Number Ones includes her collaborations with Clean Bandit (‘Rather Be’), Tinie Tempah (‘Not Letting Go’) and Route 94 (‘My Love’) as well as her solo chart-toppers ‘Hold My Hand’ and ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’. She will play several UK festivals over the summer including Glastonbury later this month.

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