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L Devine reschedules tour for November

L Devine biggest headline tour to date has now been rescheduled to November. The tour opens with a homecoming show at Newcastle’s Riverside and includes her largest London show so far at Heaven.

L Devine biggest headline tour to date has now been rescheduled to November. The tour opens with a homecoming show at Newcastle’s Riverside and includes her largest London show so far at Heaven.

The dates are:

NOVEMBER

1st – Newcastle, Riverside

3rd – Glasgow, Stereo

4th – Edinburgh, The Caves

5th – Manchester, Deaf Institute

7th – Birmingham, O2 Institute 3

8th – Brighton, Chalk

10th – London, Heaven

11th – Bristol, Thekla

15th – Hull, Central Library

Tickets purchased for the original tour remain valid for these new dates. Any remaining tickets are available from www.ldevinemusic.comwww.livenation.co.uk and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

the meantime, catch L Devine as she completes her virtual URL Tour at TikTok ( ThursdayMarch 26th at 7pm UK time) and YouTube ( MondayMarch 30th at 7pm UK time). She has already played sets at InstagramTwitter and Facebook. And for a further L Devine fix, check out her ‘Growing Pains’ podcast. The seven episodes find her discussing coming-of-age stories with friends, family and other interesting guests including fellow rising star JC Stewart.

L Devine has been tipped for big things, having been honoured with GAY TIMES’ Elevate Emerging Star in Music award, which was supported by Apple Music. She also featured in artists to watch in 2020 features from The GuardianNME and Vogue, and has been backed by pop icons Charli XCXDua Lipa and Lewis Capaldi. She’s earned ongoing airplay from both Radio 1 and Beats 1, most recently when her current single ‘BORING PEOPLE’ was premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record and subsequently playlisted at Radio 1.
L Devine’s quest to craft the perfect pop song is forging a natural connection between her and a rapidly expanding following. The combination of the openness of her songwriting and her down-to-earth personality is organically inspiring a growing army of fans, many of which are experiencing similar growing pains as they transition into adulthood.