Laura Veirs tickets

Laura Veirs Tickets

Laura Veirs + guests Led To Sea Bush Hall, London

Tuesday 16th October 2018
Song writer Laura Veirs has long been established as the alt folk performer commanding a huge and loyal following.

She has just delighted her UK fans by announcing unmissable shows at Newcastle’s The Cluny, The Deaf Institute at Manchester, Union Chapel in London and Bristol Thekla during June 2018.

As the excitement builds, so does the demand for Laura Veirs tickets. We know these will go fast so make sure you act quickly and book yours before they all get snatched up. Gigantic enables you to make gig ticket bookings 24/7 whilst relaxing at home or busy on the go using your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Laura Veirs tickets can very soon be yours. Get them when they become available at 09:00 on Friday 2nd of February. You can make yourself ready for their release by setting a personal reminder with Gigantic right now to arrive to you via text message or email.

Following her years as a student, Laura Veirs began building on all the years of listening to classic, pop, folk and country by pursuing a career in music. Her first significant success was an eponymously titled debut album which was released in 1999. Subsequently LPs have included The Triumphs And Travails Of Orphan Mae, Troubled By The Fire, Carbon Glacier, Years Of Meteors, Saltbreakers, July Flame, Tumble Bee and her latest offering; Warp And Weft.

With only limited supplies of Laura Veirs concert tickets being made available you cannot hang around as they will go quickly and you do not want to be disappointed. Award winning ticket vendor Gigantic has been providing excellent customer service for ten years so you know we are the right place to get your essential gig tickets whenever you are booking for your big night out.

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