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Agnes Obel Announces Spring UK And Ireland Tour

Monday, 02 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Agnes Obel will tour the UK and Europe in 2020.

The Danish artist will kick off the UK and Ireland leg of the trek on March 29 in Dublin before heading to Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Whitley Bay, Cambridge, Birmingham, Salisbury and London, where she'll play the Eventim Apollo on April 9.

Her plans also include an extensive run of dates across mainland Europe, with tickets for the shows on general sale from 9am local time on September 6. 

Obel released her DJ Mix 'Late Night Tales' compilation in May 2018. Prior to this, she put out her latest full length LP, 'Citizen Of Glass', back in 2016.

Agnes Obel Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun March 29 2020 - DUBLIN Vicar St
Tue March 31 2020 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Wed April 01 2020 - EDINBURGH Queens Hall
Thu April 02 2020 - GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow
Sat April 04 2020 - WHITLEY BAY Playhouse
Sun April 05 2020 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Mon April 06 2020 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Wed April 08 2020 - SALISBURY City Hall
Thu April 09 2020 - LONDON Eventim Apollo

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