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Gary Barlow Comes to Plymouth
12:11pm 16th October 2012
Gary Barlow's new solo tour will come to Plymouth Pavillions.
The X-Factor judge has confirmed a date next month after gigs in London.
He says he wants to see the country:
“I’m really excited about these dates. Playing live is my favourite thing and I haven't played a solo show for over a year now. Last year playing two London shows was brilliant, we all had such a good time, so I thought right let's get out and see the rest of the country!”
Marketing Officer at Plymouth Pavilions, Robert Maltby said:
“There has been a real buzz around the Pavilions office with our latest signing; Gary Barlow. His profile is massive at the moment. To get this calibre of artist to perform here in Plymouth is such a big thing for the city and venue, and only a week after we announced Leona Lewis. The big names just keep on coming! Gary is certainly going to be the busiest man in showbiz, balancing the demands of a live tour just when the X Factor will be in its prime and the demands this brings as a head judge and mentor, but I’m sure as always Gary will deliver an amazing live performance for us”
Tickets on sale 10am on Friday 19 October12:11pm 16th October 2012
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