Music | Seinabo Sey – Let’s Pretend Tour 2016

By on October 27, 2015

Let’s just state the obvious: Seinabo Sey playing in a whole different league. A voice that is unparalleled, people tributes and perhaps the finest Sweden has to offer in all categories. This Friday, she finally released her magnificent debut album Pretend and we can now present that Seinabo Seyyear 2016 begins with an extensive tour visiting concert halls around the country. Make sure to immediately obtain tickets for an experience that late (never) will be forgotten. Ticket release Friday, October 30 at 10:00 am through luger.se/seinabo-sey.

Despite the fact that Seinabo Sey is only 25 years old, she has done more than most do in a lifetime. The almost explosive first single “Younger” was followed by the EP For Madeleine, who took her on sold out tours in the US and Europe, television appearances worldwide, a Grammy as “Best Newcomerand a crystal clear position as Sweden’s next big popexport.

Last spring came the sequel For Maudo, which was also overwhelmed by the tributes and the following tour in Sweden was met by sold-out houses around the country, where every gig was described as a future classics. Last summer, she dazzled the international festival audiences at among other Glastonbury, Roskilde, Melt and in Sweden she received the great honor to put an end to the whole festival summer at Popaganda (a task she took on with verve and that long into autumn still is talked about as one of summer’s best ).
The debut album Pretend was released last Friday after two years of waiting a hitparade without comparison, which has already been highly praised in reviews worldwide.
As a singer and live performer has Seinabo Sey few competitors, and with a unique expression that is only hers, she has established herself as a future world artist the largest that come from Sweden in a long time. In January Seinabo Sey sets out on road for a tour visiting the concert halls all over the country and then Europe. It will be an experience that will never be forgotten for the lucky ones who have fortunate enough to fix a ticket.
29/1 Stockholm, Cirkus (SE)
31/1 Norrkoping, Flygeln (SE)
2/2 Finland, Helsinki, Tavastia (SE)
3/2 Gävle Konserthuset (SE)
4/2 Uppsala, UKK (SE)
5/2 Vara Konserthuset (SE)
6/2 Vasteras Konserthuset (SE)
7/2 Linköping, Konsert & Kongress (SE)
8/2 Gothenburg Konserthuset (SE)
16/2 Bergen, Usf Vertet (NO)
17/2 Trondheim, Blæst (NO)
18/2 Oslo, Rockefeller (NO)
20/2 Malmö, Slagthusets Teater (SE)
21/2 Copenhagen, Lille Vega (DK)
26/2 Hamburg, Ubel & Gefahrilch (DE)
27/2 Berlin, Columbia Theatre (DE)
28/2 Munich, Ampere (DE)
1/3 Zurich, Plaza (CH)
2/3 Paris, Café de la Danse (FR)
3/3 London, XOYO (GB)
5/3 Brussels, Botanique Orangerie (BE)
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