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Zucchero Confirms Two Shows At London's Royal Albert Hall

Tuesday, 04 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Zucchero has announced a brace of London shows.

The Italian performer, aka Adelmo Fornaciari, will play the Royal Albert Hall on June 10 and 11, four years on from his two sold out shows on the Black Cat world tour. 

Tickets go on general sale on Friday.

Zucchero Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed June 10 2020 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Thu June 11 2020 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall

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