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Kali Uchis Confirms June London Date

Tuesday, 09 May 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Kali Uchis has announced a summer London show.

The singer-songwriter will perform at Camden Town's Jazz Café on June 12, with tickets for the show on sale at 10am on May 12 priced £10.00 plus fees.

Uchis is working on her debut album and also features on the track She's My Collar from Gorillaz' recent album 'Humanz', as well as on the bonus track Ticker Tape. She will also make an appearance the the virtual band's Demon Dayz festival next month.

Kali Uchis Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon June 12 2017 - LONDON Jazz Cafe, London

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