Ashley McBryde has upgraded the venue for her October headline UK show after tickets for the original show sold-out in minutes.
Due to play at London’s Omeara, McBryde has announced that the show on 10th October 2018 will not be at Islington Assembly Hall. The headline show follows a string of dates supporting Luke Combs so UK fans will get plenty of opportunity to catch the singer this autumn.
Original tickets remain valid, and the new tickets will be on sale this Friday (20th April) at 9am.
Buzz has been building around McBryde since she wowed fans at C2C: Country to Country 2018 and on the C2C Roadshow. Winning fans over with her emotional and raw songs, as well as her brilliant personality, McBryde is emerging as one of 2018’s biggest Country stars.
At the end of March McBryde released her Atlantic/Warner Nashville debut Girl Going Nowhere, which is the biggest debut by a solo Country artist this year. The album has picked up widespread critical acclaim and we think it could be a contender for Album of the Year come December.
McBryde worked with producer Jay Joyce on the album and the lead single A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega proved to be a breakout hit.
Fans can see Ashley McBryde in the UK at the following dates:
3rd October – O2 Institute, Birmingham (w/ Luke Combs)
4th October – Shepherds Bush Empire, London (w/ Luke Combs)
5th October – Shepherds Bush Empire, London (w/ Luke Combs)
7th October – O2 ABC, Glasgow (w/ Luke Combs)
8th October – O2 Ritz, Manchester (w/ Luke Combs)
10th October – Islington Assembly Hall, London (Upgraded due to demand)