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Leona Lewis 2013 tour dates 

added: 10 Oct 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Following her world exclusive live performance of her new single 'Trouble' on The X Factor last night, Leona announced she is set to tour the UK in 2013, for the first time in three years.

This month sees Leona follow up her first two number one albums 'Spirit' and 'Echo, with her third studio album 'Glassheart'. Preceded by the brand new single, the gothic pop masterpiece 'Trouble', 'Glassheart' is an album by an artist really coming of age.

This collection of songs simultaneously showcases the sheer power and intimacy of Leona's incredible voice. For an artist that has enjoyed unparalleled success, broken world records and sold over 20 million singles and albums, 'Glassheart' is Leona Lewis at her best.

Speaking about going on tour Leona said: 'I can't wait to get out there and play my new songs. I had such fun on my last tour and I'm really excited about doing it again next year'.

The tour goes on sale at 10am on Friday 12th October.

The tour kicks off on Friday 26th April 2013. The full dates are:

Friday 26th April Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Saturday 27th April Edinburgh Playhouse
Monday 29th April Ipswich Regent
Tuesday 30th April Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Thursday 2nd May Newcastle City Hall
Friday 3rd May Sheffield City Hall
Sunday 5th May Brighton Centre
Monday 6th May Birmingham NIA
Wednesday 8th May London Royal Albert Hall
Thursday 9th May London Royal Albert Hall
Saturday 11th May Oxford New Theatre
Sunday 12th May Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Tuesday 14th May Manchester O2 Apollo
Wednesday 15th May Liverpool EchoTwo @ Echo Arena
Friday 17th May Bournemouth International Centre
Saturday 18th May Plymouth Pavilions

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