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Ashley McBryde Upgrades October London Show

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Ashley McBryde has upgraded her recently announced headline show in London.

Originally confirmed for Omeara on October 9, the show will now take place the following day at the Islington Assembly Hall due to demand. All tickets for the original show remain valid, while extra tickets are on sale at 9am on April 20, priced £15.50 plus fees.

The show will follow the country singer-songwriter's dates supporting Luke Combs. McBryde is touring behind her recently released debut album, 'Girl Going Nowhere'.

Ashley McBryde Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 10 2018 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall

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