Katy Hurt has announced that she and her full band will be performing two socially distanced shows at the end of November, one in London and one in Lewes. Tickets for London are available here and for Lewes here. The event is being promoted by Modern Age Music Roots.
Hurt is one of the UK’s most exciting country music acts, especially on the live circuit, with her performances at The Long Road Festival and C2C in particular wowing many.
In addition, Hurt also impressed Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis to the point he put her on the bill for Pilton Party 2018, which was headlined by former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher.
Back in March 2019, Hurt released her most recent EP ‘Unfinished Business’, of which the title track and See Ya Later have both racked up over 100,000 streams each on Spotify.
In light of the restrictions, tickets will be sold by tables for groups of 2-4 in Lewes and 2-6 in London, while attendees will be subjected to a temperature check upon arrival and will be required to wear face masks in the live room.
As well as this, track in trace will be in operation and there will be hand sanitiser stations dotted around the venues.
Katy Hurt will be playing:
November 26 – Amersham Arms, London, England
November 27 – Con Club, Lewes, England
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