Newly freed singer sets new date for postponed solo show
Pete Doherty has announced that he will play the biggest solo show of his career at London’s Royal Albert Hall on July 12.
The Babyshambles frontman was originally due to headline a concert at the same venue on April 26, but had to postpone it due to being banged up at Wormwood Scrubs for breaching probation for drug and driving offences.
Fans still holding tickets for the original gig need to exchange them at the original points of sale for the new date in July.
Doherty has also announced that he will play with Babyshambles for his ‘comeback’ gig, also in London, at the Kentish Town Forum on May 13.
Tickets for the Babyshambles gig are onsale today (May 7).