Honey Harper – RESCHEDULED TBC

at The Louisiana

We regret that this performance is postponed. However, we are rescheduling this event, date TBC. All existing tickets will be valid for the new date.

Statement from Honey Harper:
“It pains us to say it again however, for the health and safety of our band and our fans, we have to postpone our EU and UK dates once again due to travel restrictions and COVID-19. There was no way we could have ever imagined postponing our tour once, so doing it a second time makes it even harder. We were so excited to get out there and show STARMAKER to the world but we will have to continue waiting.

We are currently working on rescheduling the dates to a time when it is safe again for us all to be together and enjoy live music.

Please note all tickets will be valid for the new dates once they are announced!

See you as soon as we can!

Love always,
Honey”

We are grateful for your patience and support during this time. We look forward to sharing the joy of music with you again soon and will update our website with information, announcements and plans as they develop.

For more information please read our FAQs here.

Growing up in the heart of Georgia, William Fussell – aka Honey Harper – fell in love with country music from a young age. The multi-gifted songwriter released his debut album this year, pushing the genre to its limits with its “weightless sound and heavy feeling” (Pitchfork).

Hailed for his self-awareness, Harper’s lyrics focus on his inner monologues about fear of failure, desire for success, and the toll that journey has taken on him and his loved ones. Each track is “arranged with exquisite care,” (MOJO), revealing “a songwriter revelling in odd turns of phrase and a singer delivering them with an eccentric, celestial twang,” (Uncut).

Plus support TBC

This is a standing event at The Louisiana, Wapping Road, BS1 6UA

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