Björk has announced her only stop in the UK this year will be at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk will be in London on September 21 for her show at Royal Albert Hall.
The eclectic artist also plans to open her first ever virtual reality exhibition at Somerset House, which she calls 'Bjork Digital,' starting on September 1, 2016.
Fans will be given a set of googles in order to see Björk singing on a beach in virtual reality. Visitors will also be able to listen to 'Mouthmantra' while sitting inside the artist's mouth (in virtual reality, of course.)
This exhibition will last two months, and it will end on October 23, 2016.
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