Hayley Kiyoko announces her biggest UK headline shows yet

The Second Coming of Lesbian Jesus is upon us.

Hayley Kiyoko may currently be taking her show across Europe, but the star will be returning to these shores much sooner than you think.

The American singer has announced a series of new headline dates for early 2019, playing some of the biggest UK shows of her career so far.

The run – which starts in Dublin on 29 January, 2019 – will include a massive show at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on 6 February, as well as further dates in Glasgow, Birmingham, and Manchester.

The tour will be in support of Hayley’s incredible album Expectations, which was released earlier this year.

Related: Hayley Kiyoko says that she knew she was gay from the age of six

In our five-star review of the record, we said: “This brilliant debut album is a kind of female companion piece to Troye Sivan’s Wild and Years & Years’ Communion: a cool, contemporary mainstream pop record which explores inherently queer themes, sometimes subtly and sometimes more overtly.”

The collection features her single Curious, Feelings, and Kehlani duet What I Need.

Tickets for Hayley Kiyoko’s new European tour dates go on sale at 9am (GMT)/10am (CET) on Friday, 2 November.

A special fan pre-sale will take place at 9am (GMT)/10am (CET) on Tuesday, 30 October.

The full dates for Hayley Kiyoko’s 2019 European tour are as follows:

29 January – Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre
1 February – Glasgow – SWG3 (Galvanisers)
3 February – Birmingham – O2 Academy Birmingham
4 February – Manchester – Academy
6 February – London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
10 February – Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique
11 February – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
13 February – Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene
14 February – Stockholm, Sweden – Fryshuset
15 February – Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freiheit
17 February – Munich, Germany – Tonhalle
18 February – Paris, France – L’ Olympia
19 February – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
22 February – Cologne, Germany – Carlswerk Victoria
25 February – Zurich, Switzerland – Kaufleuten
26 February – Vienna, Austria – Ottakringer Brauerei
27 February – Milan, Italy – Fabrique
2 March – Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz
3 March – Madrid, Spain – Sala Vistalegre

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