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Hayley Kiyoko announces February 2019 tour

The California pop star is coming back to the UK – and we've got a presale!

Fresh from her recent sold-out UK dates, international pop sensation Hayley Kiyoko has confirmed she’ll be coming back to the UK for more shows in February 2019.

The new tour dates kick off in Glasgow on 1 February 2019, before heading to Birmingham, Manchester and London.

Hayley Kiyoko has had a truly phenomenal year finding global fame with her debut album Expectations. The album features Kiyoko’s signature brand of dreamy electro-pop and has set the streaming counters spinning. Immensely personal, the record features singles such as Curious and What I Need (feat. Kehlani). Watch the self-directed video for the latter single below:

In August, Hayley was awarded Best Push Artist at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards in New York. A proud and unapologetic leader of the queer pop movement, Hayley dedicated the award to “Queer women of colour everywhere” in an emotional acceptance speech. Hayley is nominated for the Best New Artist award at the upcoming 2018 MTV European Music Awards.

The LA-based Kiyoko has just completed a short run of debut UK shows including a two-night stint at O2 Academy Islington in London. The gigs, which sold out in minutes, have been receiving glowing reviews with The Guardian giving her London show four stars.

Don’t miss your chance to see Hayley Kiyoko, when she returns to the UK in early 2019.


How to get Hayley Kiyoko tickets early

Presale tickets for Hayley’s upcoming dates will be available from 09:00 on Tuesday 30 October 2018 through ticketmaster.co.uk

You will need to enter the passcode: KIYOKIAN

Head here for Hayley Kiyoko presale tickets


Here are the dates:

1 February 2019 – SWG3, Glasgow
3 February 2019 – O2 Academy Birmingham
4 February 2019 – Academy, Manchester
6 & 7 February 2019 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

 

Following the presale, tickets will be available from 09:00 Friday 2 November 2018 through ticketmaster.co.uk.

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