Vodafone Future Breakers competition winner Ryan Lawrie announces headline London gig

Ryan Lawrie, the 20 year old Glasgow based singer-songwriter, recently won Vodafone’s Future Breakers competition, landing him his dream gig at Wembley Stadium performing at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball on Saturday 11th June 2016. The Summertime Ball will see Ryan perform alongside an amazing line up of talent including Zayn, Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Tinie Tempah and Little Mix to name but a few.

2016 has already been a positive and successful year for Ryan. Having released his debut single ‘If Only’ in February, and winning the gig of a lifetime, Ryan hopes that this will be a huge stepping stone in his career.

Ryan has his own headline gig in Surya, London on 30th August, and we can’t wait for it! It will see Ryan perform a mix of his own original songs and covers which are very popular on social media and have attracted major attention.

Tickets for Ryan’s headline London gig go on sale on FRIDAY 10TH JUNE at 9AM from http://ryanlawrielive.bigcartel.com so get setting your alarms because tickets are extremely limited and you don’t want to miss out! Tickets are priced at £10 for Standard, and £22.50 for VIP.

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We LOVE Ryan’s single, ‘If Only’ so we thought we would share it with you so you lovely lot can enjoy it too!

Remember to get your tickets at 9am on Friday 10th June! Are you planning on seeing Ryan at the Summertime Ball? Or at his headline London gig? Send us a tweet if you are @CelebMix, or leave us a comment!

( If you have any enquiries regarding Ryan contact Kieran Stewart KS-Management@outlook.com )

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Written by gabbyfabrizio

20 years of age, always writing, attending gigs, or drinking coffee.