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Rina Sawayama

Rina Sawayama
£19 + BF

So incredibly sad to announce that I am postponing the Dynasty Tour dates, UK dates below and US to follow soon.

Thursday 24th September 2020 – Electric Brixton, London, UK

Your original ticket and VIP tickets will still be valid for the rescheduled shows.

You all know how excited I was for this tour, we had already started rehearsals and pre-production to put on the best show on for u guys. However seeing the severity of the situation surrounding Corona virus escalate over the last couple of weeks we have no choice but to put everyone's safety and public health first.

I love u all so very much and can't wait to be back when we can all safely enjoy the shows together. Please take precautions and be careful, this is a really weird time and anxiety, hysteria and misinformation is high. My heart goes out to the people who are directly affected by the virus as well as those whose livelihood is affected by it. It's in all of our best interests to take this seriously so we can get back to normal.

Until then please stay safe and sensible, love u :heart

14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Rina Sawayama is partnering with PLUS1 so that £1 from every ticket sold on her upcoming tour will go to support ClientEarth and their work to protect the planet and the people who live on it.

““I just get bored quickly,” states Rina Sawayama, aka future pop's brightest superstar. She's talking about her frenetic recent single, the Korn-meets-JoJo pop blitzkrieg that is STFU!, the first taster from her forthcoming debut album, and her first release since she signed with Dirty Hit, home to The 1975, Wolf Alice and No Rome.

“I always want to go where no one else is going – that's what the artists I love always do,” she continues. For Rina, no genre is off-limits, be it the early 00s boyband-era pop bangers that peppered 2017's critically-acclaimed mini-album, RINA; the crystalline R&B of breakthrough single Cyber Stockholm Syndrome or 2018's soulful pansexual anthem, Cherry.

It's this daring attitude that's seen her join the upper echelons of left-field pop's current premiere league, a move augmented via support slots with Years & Years and Charli XCX. 2020 is when Rina Sawayama goes fully interstellar, however. “STFU! is there to wake people up,” she says, smile beaming.