Lucy Spraggan CANCELLED

'Unfortunately, due to the current uncertainty surrounding COVID and climate of the performing arts, myself and my wonderful team have decided its best to cancel the socially distanced shows that we had throughout December and not to reschedule them until we can all be sure that shows can happen safely.
In all my career I have never cancelled a tour, so it’s with huge personal sadness that I do so.

We had to give the SD tour a shot when we saw an opening, but given the 5 days to mix households over Christmas we do not believe postponing and implementing a tour early next year is a realistic option.

Full refunds will be available from venues or ticket sellers and all queries should be pointed back to the direct point of where you purchased your tickets.
I cannot answer questions you have about tickets, so please bear that in mind.

I cannot thank you enough for you continued support of both me and my fellow musicians and bands through these tough times. We appreciate it more than you’ll ever know.

My main priority is the safety of fans, venue staff and crew and until we can guarantee that, this feels like the best option for everyone.

Sad times, but lets try and enjoy the festive season.

Keep your eyes peeled for my first ever live-streamed performance, hopefully we can keep you entertained online until we can in person!

Keep your family safe, friends and fellow humans safe.

We’ll be waiting on the other side. ❤️' - Lucy Spraggan

By the time Sheffield-raised, Canterbury-born photograph salesperson Lucy Spraggan had received rapturous applause for her performance of the self-penned "Last Night" during an X Factor 2012 audition, the singer/songwriter already had a self-released album to her name and once Spraggan's audition had been televised, Zoo reached number 22 on the U.K. albums chart, while "Last Night" just missed out on the Top Ten of the same week's singles chart. In 2013 she released her sophomore album, Join the Club, and featured a new version of "Last Night (Beer Fear)." She returned in 2015 with her third effort, We Are. The effort received widespread acclaim and was commended for its deeply personal and introspective lyrics. Later that year she announced that she had founded her own label, CTRL Records, which saw its first release with her 2016 EP, Home. She then started work on her fourth full-length effort later that year, stating that the writing process was more spontaneous than planned. The record, entitled I Hope You Don't Mind Me Writing, saw release in January 2017. Two years later, she issued her fifth full-length effort, Today Was a Good Day.
She has recently released the first 2 singles, Flowers and Sober from her upcoming album "Choices" which is released on 26th February 2021.