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Britney Spears UK Tour – Extra Dates


Pop icon Britney Spears has confirmed that she will bring her Piece Of Me tour to the UK for fans that were not able to see the show during her Las Vegas residency.

The new tour will be the superstar’s first since she hit the road with her Femme Fatale shows in 2011 and include stops in Brighton, Scarborough, Manchester, Glasgow and London.

The award-winning, record-breaking show has been seen by some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Beyoncé, Jay Z, Lady Gaga, Nick Jonas, Miley Cyrus, Calvin Harris, Sia, Selena Gomez, Katy Perry and Steven Tyler. It will also be the first and only time that Britney will take her tour on the road in the East Coast US and Europe following its successful Las Vegas run.

The multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning star has sold almost 150 million records worldwide. She first became a household name after the release of her single ‘Baby One More Time’ became an international hit and broke record sales around the globe when it exceeded 20 million sales. During her career Britney has also received various music awards and accolades including six Billboard Music Awards, an American Music Award, the 2011 MTV Video Vanguard Award as well as eight Grammy Award nominations and a win for Best Dance Recording in 2005.

Here’s where you can see the Britney Spears Piece Of Me tour live in the UK later this year:

Brighton & Hove Pride Preston Park, 04 Aug
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, 17
Manchester Arena, 18
Glasgow SSE Hydro, 22
London The O2, 24
London The O2, 25
London The O2, 26 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Birmingham Genting Arena, 31 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Tower Festival Headland, 01 Sept ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

Tickets on sale now and Tuesday (13 February) at 10am from Gigantic AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory Amazon Tickets

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