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Lianne La Havas Announces Select US Shows Ahead of Afropunk Festival Set in August

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on April 23, 2019 - 9:00am
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Lianne La Havas, who was recently named to the Afropunk Festival lineup in Brooklyn this August, has announced three US shows in August ahead of the festival: Terminal West in Atlanta, Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, and Baltimore Soundstage.

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Lianne La Havas, who was recently named as part of the lineup for the Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn this August 25, has announced three shows in select cities in the United States ahead of the festival: Terminal West in Atlanta, Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, and Baltimore Soundstage. Tickets go on sale this Friday. See below for details and tickets, or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

La Havas has released two albums on Nonesuch Records—Is Your Love Big Enough (2012) and Blood (2015)—as well as the EP Blood Solo (2016) and a single of her 2016 live performance of the beloved Burt Bacharach / Hal David song “Say a Little Prayer,” which was featured on This Is Us earlier this year.

LIANNE LA HAVAS ON TOUR

Aug 20 Terminal West Atlanta, GA
Aug 21 Bijou Theatre Knoxville, TN
Aug 23 Baltimore Soundstage Baltimore, MD
Aug 25 Afropunk Festival Brooklyn, NY
     
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Lianne La Havas 2019-04

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