Up n' coming one to watch breaking hot tip new face for 2014 George Ezra today announces a big old tour of the UK and Europe for early next year.
Ezra released his debut Did You Hear The Rain? EP earlier this month
Dates are below, tickets go on sale on Friday, see www.georgeezra.com for details.
17 January Groningen, Eurosonic
22 January London, The Lexington - SOLD OUT
28 January Paris, Cafe de la Danse
30 January Hamburg, Pony Bar
31 January Haldern, Pop Bar
06 February Norwich, Waterfront Studio
07 February Oxford, Bullingdon Club
08 February Brighton, The Hope
11 February Edinburgh, Electric Circus
12 February York, The Duchess
13 February Hebden Bridge, The Trades Club
15 February Sheffield, Leadmill
16 February Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
19 February Dublin, Sugar Club
20 February Belfast, McHughes
22 February Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
23 February Newcastle, The Cluny
24 February Manchester, The Deaf Institute
26 February Leeds, Brudenell Games Room
27 February Nottingham, The Bodega Social Club
28 February Liverpool, Leaf
02 March Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
03 March Bristol, The Fleece
04 March London, Dingwalls
06 March Penzance, Acorn Theatre
07 March Bere Alston, Plymouth, Rumleigh Farm
08 March Exeter, Cavern
13 March Milan, Rocket
14 March Zurich, Exil
16 March Frankfurt, Ponyhof
17 March Munich, Black Box
18 March Berlin, Berghain Kantine
20 March Copenhagen, Vega
21 March Stockholm, Scandic Grand Central
22 March Vanguard, Oslo
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