Britney Spears to headline Brighton Pride

Britney Spears to headline Brighton Pride
National News
Posted on 23 Jan 2018

Global pop star Britney Spears is the first act to be announced by organisers of the annual Brighton Pride festival.


The ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’ star will be debuting her ‘Piece of Me’ tour at the festival which takes place on Saturday 4 August.

Pride organisers announced the huge act on social media this morning, saying: “We are thrilled to announce that legendary pop icon Britney Spears will be the headline act for Brighton and Hove Pride on Saturday 4th August 2018!
 
“Brighton Pride will be the first place in Europe to see the global megastar on her 2018 tour performing her spectacular Las Vegas show ‘Britney – Piece of Me’.”


Tickets are now on sale at pride-tickets.org

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