Electro pop star ROE heads to Liverpool as part of UK tour

ELECTRO pop star ROE is set to embark on the underground circus, The Magnet as part of her UK tour.

The 18-year-old rising star from Derry, Ireland performed on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury as well as playing to packed crowds at The Great Escape Festival and Output.

For the Liverpool leg of her tour on October 30, she will be joined by local artists Tabitha Jade, Pizzagirl (formerly LUMEN), Joseph Mott and Mia Wakefield.

Her debut single, 'Fake ur Death' has seen airplay on BBC Radio 6's Tom Robinson's weekly mixtape and selected as track of the day by BBC Across the Line.

Her second release, 'Cheek Boy' saw ROE perform live on BBC Two’s ‘The Arts Show’.

Main support on the night comes from soul-inspired, singer-songwriter Tabitha Jade.

At just 17, Jade has won several songwriting awards, earned a place at LIPA and impressed with a slot earlier in the summer on the LIMF Academy stage at Liverpool International Music Festival.


Tickets are £5 and are available through Skiddle: www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/The-Magnet/ROE/13042696/

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