Natalie Merchant announces UK tour

Singer to play "intimate and historic venues" in July

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Natalie Merchant has announced a UK tour for July, taking in “intimate and historic venues” outside the major cities.

She will be joined by her longtime guitarist Erik Della Penna to perform material from her 35-year career with 10,000 Maniacs and as a solo artist.

“There’s so much of Britain I’ve never seen,” says Merchant. “I expect this summer’s tour will satisfy my desire to explore those historic and scenic regions while meeting up with my fans who live there.” Full dates are below:

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Fri Jul 13 St Ives, St Ives Guildhall
Sat Jul 14 Exeter, Exeter Phoenix
Mon Jul 16 Bath, Komedia
Tue Jul 17 Cheltenham, Pittville Pump Room
Wed Jul 18 Hebden Bridge, The Trades Club
Fri Jul 20 Edinburgh, The Queen’s Hall
Tue Jul 24 Ilkley, King’s Hall
Wed Jul 25 Buxton, Opera House
Fri Jul 27 Brighton, St Georges Church
Sat Jul 28 Cambridge, Emmanuel United Reformed Church
Mon Jul 30 Oxford, St John The Evangelist

Tickets will be available here and here from 10am on Thursday (March 29).

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