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Gwenno Confirms New Live Dates

Thursday, 17 May 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Gwenno has added a bunch of dates to her 2018 tour plans.

The new stops include a headlining show at London's Islington Assembly Hall as part of a UK tour in October, plus a number of summer festivals and dates with Suede in Europe.

The Welsh singer-songwriter has also confirmed new summer dates in Bangor, Cardigan and Cardiff, where she'll return to Clwb Ifor Bach.

Gwenno is touring in support of her latest album, 'Le Kov', which arrived in March through Heavenly Recordings. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am on May 18.

Gwenno Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri June 15 2018 - CARDIFF Wales Millennium Centre
Tue June 26 2018 - BANGOR Pontio
Sat July 21 2018 - CARDIGAN Cardigan Castle
Fri August 10 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Fri October 12 2018 - BRISTOL Thekla
Sat October 13 2018 - MANCHESTER Now Wave Venue
Thu October 18 2018 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall
Fri October 19 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Loft
Sat October 20 2018 - PENRYN Academy of Music & Theatre Arts
Sun October 21 2018 - EXETER Lemon Grove

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