Professor Green asks 'Are You Getting Enough?' for 2013 UK tour
Posted: 1st July 2013
Hackney rapper returns from festivals to promote Growing Up in Public, tickets on sale now
After giving Glastonbury audiences a good seeing-to, Professor Green has fired up the promo-machine with the announcement of full UK tour in the autumn. Billed as the "Are You Getting Enough?" tour, the stream of shows will cover most of the UK and help strengthen the foundations on which pop's unlikeliest pin-up has built a career.
Later this year, Green will issue his aptly-titled third album "Growing Up in Public", preceded by the powerful social-commentary that is, "Are You Getting Enough?", the next single with Miles Kane on guest vocals. Including Green's trademark snarl and curmudgeonly sneer, the song is a departure from run-from-the-mill swagger and rap fodder around at the moment, veering closer to a wider audience with Kane's chiming guitar thrown in.
As soon as Professor Green is done with festivals, he'll return to the UK touring circuit with a tour that will kick off in Glasgow on 8th November, followed by Manchester, Carlisle, Derby and many more until Hammersmith on the 22nd.
Tickets are on sale now, priced from £18.50 upwards.
As part of his summer activity, Professor Green will also perform at the UCFC - Legends of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium on 27th July. It's a major sporting event and the ticket price of £50 includes various MMA match-ups and a slot from Green.