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Preview: Maisie Peters brings The Good Witch tour to Manchester

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Featured image: Georgina Hurdsfield

Maisie Peters comes to Manchester this month, following on from the release of her first Number 1 album. These shows will be her biggest headline UK gigs to date and will give her the chance to showcase her latest album The Good Witch with hit singles such as ‘Body Better’ and ‘Lost The Breakup’.

Maisie Peters has captured the hearts of fans globally with her relatable and nostalgic lyrics, and her performances shining in confidence yet in parts being entirely vulnerable. After seeing her headline Liverpool Sound City earlier this year, it is no surprise we are jumping at the next opportunity to see her magic live.

Selling out the 3,500 capacity venue of the O2 Apollo Manchester, this show will be as intimate as it is going to get as Maisie will continue selling out larger venues as her fan base continues to grow. Maisie has been praised for her gigs feeling like a gathering of best friends with her warm and excitable stage presence and we are looking forward to being welcomed into her arms once again.

Maisie Peters’ tour promises to be a memorable experience for everyone in attendance, and a chance to see the rising star in action. We are counting down the days until our favourite good witch brings her magic to the O2 Apollo stage and we can witness her spectacular energy live.


17 Oct – O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK

18 Oct – NX, Newcastle, UK

19 Oct – O2 Academy, Leeds, UK

21 Oct – Manchester O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK

22 Oct – Rock City, Nottingham, UK

23 Oct – Content, Liverpool, UK

25 Oct – Olympia, Dublin, Ireland

27 Oct – The Telegraph Building, Belfast, Northern Ireland

29 Oct – O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK

31 Oct – O2 Academy, Bristol, UK

1 Nov – O2 Academy, Bristol, UK

3 Nov – OVO Arena Wembley, London, UK

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