British singer/songwriter Lizzy Farrall has announced plans to hold a socially distanced headline show this December.
Scheduled for December 13th 2020 at Dead Wax in Birmingham, the set will act as a release show for Farrall‘s debut album, ‘Bruise’, which was released back in March but has been kept on hold due to the pandemic.
With the ongoing pandemic, the show will be subject to the current UK lockdown, which began today and is currently set to continue until December 2nd 2020. If the show can’t go ahead, it is expected to be rescheduled for January 2021.
This is what she had to say bout it.
“We’d been working on putting together this special show for a long time when news of a second lockdown hit. I haven’t been able to tour ‘Bruise’ at all how I’d planned, so putting the album show together was a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. We’ve put together an incredible line up, to be honest we’re not sure if it’ll be allowed to play out but if the show can’t happen in December it will in January.”
Support acts are yet to be announced.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online from seetickets.com.