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Mark Kozelek To Bring Sun Kil Moon To London's Royal Festival Hall In 2016

Wednesday, 22 July 2015 Written by Laura Johnson

Mark Kozelek will bring his solo project, Sun Kil Moon, to London's Royal Festival Hall in 2016.

The Californian folk-rock act will head to the capital's venue on July 22 2016. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 24, at 10.00am. Prices start from £25.00, plus fees.

Kozelek's most recent release under the Sun Kil Moon moniker is 'Universal Themes', which came out in June. It follows 2014's 'Benji', which you can check out a live cut from below.

Mark Kozelek will also be heading to the UK and Ireland next month, taking Sun Kil Moon on the road and calling in Brighton, Dublin, Scotland and Bangor. Tickets are on sale now.

Sun Kil Moon Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat August 01 2015 - BRIGHTON St Georges Church
Thu August 06 2015 - DUBLIN National Concert Hall
Mon August 10 2015 - SCOTLAND Edinburgh Summer Hall
Tue August 11 2015 -BANGOR Bangor Abbey
Fri July 22 2016 - LONDON Royal Festival Hall

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