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Mike Yung Adds Third London Date To February UK Tour

Friday, 07 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Mike Yung has confirmed a third London show due to demand.

The singer, who has performed in New York subways for more than 30 years and reached the semi-finals of America’s Got Talent, will play the Jazz Cafe on February 15, following up two shows at Omeara. Tickets are on sale now.

The London dates are part of a UK tour with stops also confirmed in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.

Mike Yung Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Mon January 21 2019 - LONDON London Omeara
Thu January 31 2019 - LONDON London Omeara
Fri February 01 2019 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute2 Birmingham
Sat February 02 2019 - MANCHESTER Night People
Sun February 03 2019 - GLASGOW King Tuts
Mon February 04 2019 - DUBLIN Whelans
Fri February 15 2019 - LONDON Jazz Cafe

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