The singer-songwriter recently announced her first UK dates since 2018, with gigs scheduled for Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London this summer.
Bridgers then confirmed last week that she’ll take to the stage for additional consecutive nights in Glasgow (June 23), Manchester (July 24) and London (July 27) due to the high demand for tickets.
Now, due to even more increase in demand, the LA artist has today (March 15) announced that she’s adding yet another night to her run of shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on July 29.
“Wow, due to overwhelming demand, @phoebe_bridgers has announced a fourth night here at O2 Academy Brixton – Friday 29 July 2022,” O2 Academy Brixton tweeted, which Bridgers later retweeted.
Tickets for the extra date go on sale on this Friday (March 18) at 10am local time – get them here.
Wow, due to overwhelming demand, @phoebe_bridgers has announced a fourth night here at O2 Academy Brixton – Friday 29 July 2022. Tickets on sale 10am Friday 18 March at @TicketmasterUK pic.twitter.com/S6i7fUfFCC
— O2 Academy Brixton (@O2academybrix) March 15, 2022
As part of the UK and European leg of her ‘Reunion’ tour, Bridgers will play:
20 – Fairview Park, Dublin, Ireland
22 – Barrowland, Glasgow, UK
23 – Barrowland, Glasgow, UK – new date
24-25 – Glastonbury, Somerset, UK
26 – O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
30 – Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark
02 – Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter, Belgium
03 – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival, Ewijk, Netherlands
05 – Carroponte, Milan, Italy
07 – Bilbao BBK Festival, Bilbao, Spain
08 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
09 – NOS Alive Festival, Lisbon, Portugal
14 – Colours of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
17 – Lollapalooza Paris, Paris, France
22 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK
23 – O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
24 – O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK – new date
26 – O2 Academy Brixton, London, UK
27 – O2 Academy Brixton, London, UK – new date
With every headline show ticket sold, $1 (76p) will be donated to The Mariposa Fund, fiscally sponsored by The West Fund, which helps pay for undocumented people trying to obtain reproductive health services, including abortion.
Meanwhile, Bridgers recently launched a new SiriusXM show called ‘Saddest Factory Radio’, named after the musician’s label, Saddest Factory Records, which she set up last year.
She also recently shared a new live rendition of her track ‘Chinese Satellite’ – listen here.
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