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Pink Martini Announce Spring UK Silver Jubilee Tour Including London Royal Albert Hall Date

Wednesday, 11 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Pink Martini have confirmed spring dates for their Silver Jubilee Tour celebrating 25 years together.

The Portland group, known for their unique blend of jazz, world music, cabaret, lounge, and 1940s and 50s film music, will play London's iconic Royal Albert Hall on May 21 before heading to Edinburgh, Liverpool and Birmingham. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 13.

The ensemble's most recent album, 'Hotel Amour', was released earlier this year in collaboration with Meow Meow, featuring guest appearances by Rufus Wainwright, the Von Trapps, Barry Humphries (of Dame Edna fame) and French pianist and composer Michel Legrand.

Additionally, on October 4 the group will release two five-song EPs, 'Bésame Mucho', featuring Edna Vazquez on vocals, and 'Tomorrow', featuring Jimmie Herrod on vocals, with both accompanied by the band. The two singers have performing regularly with Pink Martini since late 2017.

Pink Martini Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu May 21 2020 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Sat May 23 2020 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Sun May 24 2020 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Mon May 25 2020 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall

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