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Ray BLK Reschedules London O2 Forum Show

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Ray BLK has rescheduled her show at London O2 Forum show due to an unexpected delay in the completion of her forthcoming album. 

The performance was due to take place on October 3 but has been potponed until March 28, with all tickets remaining valid for the new date. Refunds are available from point of purchase. The singer confirmed the news with a post on social media:

"To my incredibly loyal supporters, I’ve decided to postpone my show in October as my project won’t be out in time for the show and I wouldn’t be doing you any justice by performing songs you can’t sing along to. Any tickets already purchased will be valid for the new date and I promise that the show will be worth the wait!! Thank you for understanding  🖤"

The BBC Sound of 2017 winner recently revealed a video accompanying Empress, the second track to be shared from her forthcoming debut album following last month's single, Run Run.

Ray Blk Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu March 28 2019 - LONDON O2 Forum Kentish Town

Click here to compare & buy Ray Blk Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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