Bugzy Malone to perform at O2 in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 20:00 16 July 2018

Bugzy Malone. Picture: Jordan Curtis Hughes

Bugzy Malone. Picture: Jordan Curtis Hughes

Jordan Curtis Hughes

A Mancunian grime artist will perform in Bristol later this year.

Bugzy Malone will be at the O2 Academy in Frogmore Street at 6.30pm on November 2.

The concert will be part of a nationwide tour taking in cities including Liverpool, London, Birmingham and Cardiff.

The tour will culminate with two 4,000-capacity shows in his home city of Manchester.

The tour will also celebrate the release of debut album B. Inspired which will be released on August 17.

Bugzy’s latest single from the album, Drama, is a cautionary tale of what the artist’s life could have been like had he not avoided the criminal world.

He said: “I am now in a place where I can speak to a lot of people and my whole ethos is switching on the belief switch in people’s heads.”

Tickets for this show, priced £20.20, are available online.

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