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Embrace Confirm Second London Show Due to High Ticket Demand

Friday, 05 April 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Embrace have confirmed a second London show.

After selling out their Alexandra Palace date on December 6, the indie band will double up at the venue on December 7. Tickets are on sale, priced from £30.00 plus fees.

Embrace will celebrate their seminal albums 'The Good Will Out' and 'Out Of Nothing' by playing both in full at each show.

Embrace Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri December 06 2019 - LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre
Sat December 07 2019 - LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre

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