Tory Lanez has announced dates for his tour next year

The UK and Ireland dates for Tory Lanez’s tour have been announced and they will be beginning in April 2017. This includes a headline London show at O2 Kentish Town Forum.

Following the release of his critically acclaimed, Billboard Top 5 album, I Told You, Lanez has decided to make his return to Europe.

Here are the highly anticipated UK dates – although you’ll have to be quick, because Lanez recently played a whistle-stop visit to London for a small album launch show at Village Underground which sold out in minutes.

1st – Dublin, The Academy

2nd – Glasgow, O2 ABC

4th – Manchester, The Ritz

5th – Birmingham, O2 Institute

6th – London, O2 Kentish Town Forum

Lanez’s latest album debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 with nearly 25 million streams, marking the highest sales of a debut urban artist this year.

Tickets go on sale 10am Friday 16th September and will be available here.

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