BRIT-nominated DJ, producer and artist Sigala has announced the first part of a huge world tour for 2020.

The first dates announced follow on from Sigala recently launching a ‘World Map’ section of his website, whereby fans can ‘drop’ a pin of their location with where they would like Sigala to play.

Fans can still visit in order to mark their location on the map as to where they want Sigala to go and play, with more dates set to be released in November.

Part One of this world tour will call at the following venues across the UK and Europe:

Sunday 9th February – Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow
Wednesday 12th February – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Thursday 13th February – Limelight, Belfast
Saturday 15th February – Manchester Academy, Manchester
Sunday 16th February – O2 Academy, Newcastle
Wednesday 19th February – UEA, Norwich
Thursday 20th February – The Roundhouse, London
Friday 21st February – The Great Hall, Cardiff
Saturday 22nd February – Rock City, Nottingham
Wednesday 4th March – Club Volta, Cologne, Germany
Thursday 5th March – Backstage Halle, Munich, Germany
Friday 6th March – Circolo Magnolia, Milan, Italy
Thursday 12th March – Melkweg (Old Hall), Amsterdam, Netherlands
Friday 13th March – Petit Bain, Paris, France
Thursday 19th March – Exil, Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 20th March – Grelle Forelle, Vienna, Austria
Saturday 21st March – Akvárium Klub Budapest, Hungary
Thursday 26th March – NIEBO, Warsaw, Poland
Friday 27th March – RT Torax Arena, Ostrava, Czech Republic
Saturday 28th March – Versuz, Hasselt, Belgium

Tickets go on sale on Friday November 1 and will be available here.

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