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Girl In Red Confirms October Shows In London And Dublin

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Girl In Red, aka Marie Ulven, has announced two live dates for the autumn.

The rising Norwegian singer-songwriter will play the Dublin Academy Green Room on October 28 and London's Electric Ballroom the following day, with tickets for the shows on general sale at 10am on May 17.

Ulven released her debut single, I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend, at the beginning of 2018. She put out her debut EP 'Chapter 1' later that year, while her most recent single, Dead Girl In The Pool, arrived on May 8, 2019.

Girl In Red Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon October 28 2019 - DUBLIN Academy Green Room
Tue October 29 2019 - LONDON Electric Ballroom

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