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Aitch is coming home with his ‘Close To Home’ headline tour

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Platinum-selling Manc rapper Aitch is set to end his biggest tour to date in his hometown city this October.

Coming to Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse 24th – 25th October, it is set to be momentous for the Mancunian rapper.

Celebrating his recently released album, Close To Home, including hits ‘My G’ and ‘1989’, this album brilliantly showcases Aitch’s mature and reflective side as he raps about his more personal life.

Aitch is set to achieve big things, going from underground UK rapper to global superstardom in just a few years.

It would be a mistake to miss this performance in a 3,500 capacity venue, as the young star will soon be selling out arenas. 

Read what we thought of his sold-out Manchester Academy gig back in 2019.

Tour dates:

OCTOBER
03 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
06 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
08 – O2 Academy, Leeds
09 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
11 – O2 Academy 1, Liverpool
12 – O2 Academy 1, Sheffield
14 – Rock City, Nottingham
16 – O2 Academy 1, Leicester
17 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
19 – The Great Hall, Cardiff
20 – O2 Academy 1, Bournemouth
21 – O2 Academy 1, Bristol
22 – Alexandra Palace, London
24 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

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Featured image by Georgina Hurdsfield from Leeds Fest 2021.

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Georgina Hurdsfield

Masters student in Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice at Manchester Metropolitan University. Keen photographer and music enthusiast.

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