Michael Kiwanuka fans who failed to get tickets for his sold-out Glasgow gig on Monday 1 May, have an extra chance to see him in Scotland as he has added a Perth date to his tour.
The second Scottish date in Perth Concert Hall on Wednesday 18 October is part of seven new headline shows announced in the UK for the autumn.
The British artist takes his critically acclaimed, number one selling, Mercury Prize and BRIT Awards nominated second album Love & Hate out on the road in October for seven new shows. This new stretch of dates follows his already sold-out tour for May, which includes a night at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The new Autumn run kicks off in Birmingham at The Symphony Hall on the 16 October, and concludes at the Brighton Dome on the 24 October. Michael will also play Salford, York, Liverpool, and Exeter.
He will be supported by Bedouine.
Click here for tickets to Michael Kiwanuka, or contact Horsecross Arts Box Office on 01738 621031. To ensure tickets are made available to fans at the correct price, measures have been put in place to stop the resale of tickets at inflated prices for this tour. Tickets will be non-transferable, and limited to 4 per person/billing address.