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Lene Lovich Announces 'Stateless' 40th Anniversary Tour For March

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Lene Lovich has announced a spring UK tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of her debut album, 'Stateless'.

The Detroit-born post-punk singer will mark the milestone with shows in Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Norwich, London, Brighton and Oxford during March. Lovich will be accompanied by her backing band for the performances.

Tickets for the shows go on general sale at 9am on November 9.

Lene Lovich Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri March 08 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Riverside
Sat March 09 2019 - GLASGOW G2
Sun March 10 2019 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Fri March 15 2019 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute 2
Sat March 16 2019 - MANCHESTER Club Academy
Sun March 17 2019 - NORWICH Waterfront Studio
Thu March 21 2019 - LONDON Garage
Fri March 22 2019 - BRIGHTON Concorde
Sat March 23 2019 - OXFORD O2 Academy 2

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