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The View's Kyle Falconer Announces Spring Glasgow Show

Monday, 08 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Bazza Mills

Kyle Falconer has lined up a one-off Glasgow show for next spring.

The View frontman, who put out his debut solo LP, 'No Thank You', this summer will perform at Queen Margaret Union on March 8. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £16.00 plus fees.

The singer-songwriter also has UK dates in the diary later this year. He will call in Sheffield on November 3 for a rescheduled show, Glencarse on November 21, Glasgow the following day and London on November 24. 

Kyle Falconer Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat November 03 2018 - SHEFFIELD Plug
Wed November 21 2018 - PERTH Inchyra Arts Club
Thu November 22 2018 - GLASGOW Saint Luke's
Sat November 24 2018 - LONDON Borderline
Fri March 08 2019 - GLASGOW Queen Margaret Union

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