Robyn adds second huge London show to her 2019 European tour

The Swedish icon will hit the capital next year

Robyn has announced a European tour for spring 2019, with two big shows at London’s Alexandra Palace in April.

The Swedish star had already announced a massive run of American dates, including a huge sell-out show at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Now she’s expanded the tour to include 11 European shows, where she’ll perform in support of her first album in eight years ‘Honey‘.

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Robyn had initially announced one show at Alexandra Palace (April 12) but today (November 16) she added a second date, for April 13, due to popular demand.

Tickets for London, and all the other European shows, are on sale now and are available to buy here.

Robyn’s 2019 tour dates are as follows:

February 2019

05 – Konserthus – Stavanger Konserthus, Norway
06 – Bergen USF Rokeriet, Norway
08 – Malmo Live Kongressen, Sweden
09 – Gothenburg Studios, Sweden
April 2019
03 – Munich Tonhalle, Germany
05 – Cologne Palladium, Germany
06 – Berlin UFO Velodrome, Germany
08 – Hamburg Mehr! Theater, Germany
09 – Paris L’Olympia, France
10 – Amsterdam Melkweg, The Netherlands
12 – London Alexandra Palace, UK
13 – London Alexandra Palace, UK
Robyn made her live return this August with a short-but-sweet comeback gig in Ibiza.

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Speaking about the mood of ‘Honey’ upon announcing the news of her new album, she said that the record feels like it comes from a “sweet place, like a very soft ecstasy”.

“I danced a lot when I was making it,” Robyn said in a press release about the recording process. “I found a sensuality and a softness that I don’t think I was able to use in the same way before. Everything just became softer.

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