Amadou and Mariam Confirm One-off London Show

After shows with David Gilmour, Coldplay and Blur, the duo announce own gig

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Amadou & Mariam have announced that they will perform a one-off live show in London on December 3.

The gig at the HMV Forum in Kentish Town will see the Mali-born partners end a year of astonishing shows, including collaborating with Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour at a Crisis charity show and as support to Coldplay in America, and Blur’s comeback gigs in the UK.

Amadou & Mariam will also be appearing at the Big Chill festival on August 9.

Tickets for the newly announced December show are on sale now.

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