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Marina and the Diamonds to tour soon
The likes of Liverpool, London, Leeds, Leicester and Lincoln all get a look-in for the set of UK gigs according to the crooner – and that's just the locations beginning with L!
The Primadonna, Radioactive and Hollywood crooner's concerts are due to begin at the end of September in Leeds, where she'll will be playing on the 30th.
Come October she''ll then be in Dundee on the 2nd and Liverpool – famously home to guitar group The Beatles – on the 4th. Preston, Manchester and Leicester will follow on October 5th, 6th and 8th.
After an October 9th performance in Wolverhampton, the singer will make her way to the capital in time for a show on the 11th.
Then there'll be an October 14th Lincoln show, followed by a stint in the famous university city of Oxford and a gig over the Irish sea, in Dublin.
Marina and the Diamonds' most recent LP is called Electra Heart.
Published by AW.Posted on 12 Jul 2012 12:58 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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