Nina Nesbitt – Nottingham date on April 2019 UK Tour announced

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Currently on a 24-date tour with Lewis Capaldi, Nina Nesbitt announces her own headline tour for April 2019 to accompany the release of her eagerly awaited second album ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, out on 1st February. The UK tour kicks off on 8th April in Bristol and concludes at the Islington Assembly Hall in London on 17th April 2019.

Everyone who pre-orders ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’ from the official Nina Nesbitt store will receive exclusive access to tour tickets and the VIP packages – the pre-sale for both will commence from 9AM on 21st November before closing at 9AM on 23rd November when tickets go on general sale.

Tour presale here: https://ninanesbitt.tmstor.es

Pre-order the album: https://nn.lnk.to/TSWCUPR

APRIL 2019
Monday 8th – Thekla, Bristol
Tuesday 9th – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wednesday 10th – SWG3 (TV Studio), Glasgow
Saturday 13th – Academy 2, Manchester
Sunday 14th – The Wardrobe, Leeds
Tuesday 16th – O2 Institute, Birmingham
Wednesday 17th – Islington Assembly Hall, London

Ticket prices: GA: £12 (£15 for London) / VIP – £40.

“She has quickly become recognizable for her magnetic sound, which blends pop and RnB.” – PAPER Magazine

“Nina Nesbitt represents the kind of tenacity and ability to overcome that is not often seen in the pop world.” – Metro

“Taking it back to what she knows best with perhaps her most baring work to date.” – tmrw

Nina’s new album will feature production from Lostboy (Anne-Marie), Fraser T Smith (Adele, Drake, Gorillaz, Florence and the Machine), Jordan Riley (Macklemore, Zara Larsson) and Nina herself; the album has been three years in the making and bears no hint of compromise as Nina demonstrates her unique talent for acute lyrical observations and ear-worm melodies. Heralding a musical change of direction from Nina with more obvious pop influences, the album is a scintillating journey through a whole range of genres and moods.

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