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Inverness TikTok sensation announces bigger venue for sold-out Edinburgh date

By Margaret Chrystall

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The demand to see Inverness singer songwriter Katie Gregson-MacLeod has seen a switch to a bigger venue for the Edinburgh date of her first UK tour.

Katie Gregson-MacLeod's venue-swap to allow more to see gig.
Katie Gregson-MacLeod's venue-swap to allow more to see gig.

The singer has announced on social media that the Mash House Edinburgh show on November 30 – which sold out in a day – has now been upgraded to Summerhall, a bigger venue in the city so more people can get to the gig.

The Glasgow date on December 3 of her upcoming UK tour at King Tut's is now also sold out.

Katie Gregson-MacLeod shares backstage life of Highland tour in documentary

Read an interview with Katie looking back over her last year and ahead to her new tour and new EP

On X formerly Twitter, Katie wrote: “Edinburgh folk, you sold out the Mash House in a day so we’ve upgraded to Summerhall. Can't wait to see even more of you there. Tut’s is sold out! Can’t wait to be home.”

And in her signature tongue-in-cheek style she added a jokey reference to the difference a year can make – and her "billionaire" status.

Just a couple of weeks ago the single Guestlist was released – one of five tracks on her new EP Big Red, out on October 13.

This week the Inverness musician revealed another of the songs, September, will be out in a "stripped version" in less than two weeks.

LINK to Big Red EP pre-order.



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