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Barbra Streisand's European Tour Adds Second Show in London, June 3

Following her dazzling North American tour of 2012, Barbra Streisand LIVE! will visit Europe this summer for seven exclusive engagements, with more to be announced. Just announced today is an additional show in London on June 3! Pre-sale begins tomorrow, March 26, with a public on-sale date of March 27.

Appearing for the first time ever in Israel, Cologne, Amsterdam and returning to London and Paris for the first time in over six years, Barbra Streisand Live promises to be a magical evening of timeless hits, combining her elegant voice, with self-deprecating humor and charming banter. An additional date was also recently added in Berlin.

Surrounded by a full orchestra and with special guests Chris Botti, her son Jason Gould, and sister Roslyn Kind, all of whom performed last year on Back to Brooklyn, Barbra's highly successful North American tour, Barbra Streisand Live will deliver a truly enchanting evening.

June 1, 3 London, UK O2 Arena June 1: Sold Out; June 3: March 27, 9a
June 6 Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome On Sale Now
June 10 Paris, France Bercy March 27, 10a CET Coming Soon!
June 12 Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena March 25, 9a CET
June 15 Berlin, Germany O2 World March 25, 9a CET Coming Soon!
June 20 Tel Aviv, Israel Bloomfield Stadium March 29, 9a IST Coming Soon!

A star for over four decades, Streisand received Tony nominations for her Broadway debut I Can Get It For You Wholesale and for her star-making turn as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl (she would receive a Star of the Decade, Hall of Fame Tony in 1970). Streisand went on to recreate the role on film for a 1969 Oscar. She was also nominated for her performance in The Way We Were. She received another Oscar for co-writing "Evergreen" for A Star is Born and was similarly nominated for "I Finally Found Someone" from The Mirror Has Two Faces. Other film credits include Hello, Dolly!, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, What's Up, Doc?, Funny Lady, Nuts and Yentl. She has also produced several of her movies.

She is second in the all-time charts, ahead of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, exceeded only by Elvis. Streisand remains the only artist to receive an Oscar, Tony, Emmy, Grammy, Golden Globe, Cable Ace, and Peabody Awards, and the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.

The winner of multiple Grammy Awards, Streisand has sold many millions of records, with 50 of them gold and 30 platinum. She is also the only artist to have Billboard #1 albums spanning four decades--the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s. Her many albums include "Guilty," "Duets," "Higher Ground," "Memories," "Lazy Afternoon," "The Broadway Album" and "The Movie Album." In addition to her Tony, Oscars and Grammys, Streisand has won five Emmys, eight Golden Globes, two ASCAP Film and Television Awards, as well as the American Film Institute Award.

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