Loose Women's Katie Price is due to visit the St David's Hall in Cardiff this September as part of her UK tour.
According to the St David's Hall website, she will be 'sharing her life stories' as well as performing her new single 'I Got U'.
The website also states that children under the age of 14 who wish to attend will need to be accompanied by an adult. Katie Price will be live on stage in St David's Hall on Friday 8 September.
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Thousands of fans are expected in the capital today as Robbie Williams performs at the Principality Stadium.
Visitors are being urged to plan ahead as road closures will be in force across the city centre.
New security rules will also be in place; only small bags will be allowed into the stadium.
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Dyfed Powys Police say they have finished their search of Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli.
In the interests of safety, and with the venue set to host the Jess Glynne concert on Saturday, it was necessary to carry out these thorough checks to provide the response our communities would expect in order to keep them safe.
We thank everyone for their patience and co-operation in the area today.”
It follows the arrest of a 19-year-old man on suspicion of burglary in the early hoursof Thursday morning.