Holly Humberstone has announced a new run of UK & Ireland dates for later this year, ‘FYI’

She'll hit the road this November, including a date at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Current Dork cover star Holly Humberstone has announced her biggest tour to date, with a huge UK and Ireland run set to take place later this year.

Following up on her recent Really Very Brilliant new song ‘The Walls Are Way Too Thin’, Holly has also rescheduled her sold out four night run at London’s Omeara, which now kicks off on 15th August.

The new dates include a huge show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 8th November as part of a nine date tour that also stops off in Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff and Nottingham.

There’ll also be festival appearances across the summer, including Latitude, TRNSMT and Y Not, amongst others.

Holly Humberstone is the cover star of the current issue of Dork. You can order a copy here, or sign up to our Dork Supporters scheme and read this month’s cover feature, in full, digitally right here.

The full run reads:

22 Stanton Calling, Stanton
22 Tramlines, Sheffield
23 Latitude Festival, Suffolk
30 Y Not Festival, Derbyshire

13 Boardmasters Festival, Newquay
15 Omeara, London
16 Omeara, London
17 Omeara, London
18 Omeara, London
30 All Points East, London

10 TRNSMT, Glasgow
17 This Is Tomorrow Festival, Newcastle

1 Austin City Limits, Austin, USA
26 The Cluny, Newcastle
27 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
28 Yes (The Pink Room), Manchester
30 Whelan’s, Dublin
31 Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast

2 King Tut’s, Glasgow
3 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
4 Club Ifor Bach, Cardiff
8 O2 Shpeherd’s Bush Empire, London
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

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