September 23, 2004 11:19


The band extend their UK and Irish tour - and you can get in for nowt if you're lucky...

The 22-20s have added more dates to their forthcoming UK and Irish tour, including a free warm-up gig.

The band, who released their first full length studio album this week, will play 24 dates, including their biggest headline show to date at the London King's Cross Scala.

The band will also play a free gig at Doncaster’s Leopard.

The bands current single ‘22 Days’, taken from the band’s self-titled album, entered last week’s chart at Number 34.

Catch the band at:

London Notting Hill Arts Club (Death Disco) (September 22)

London Islington Buffalo Bar (23)

Doncaster The Leopard (free promo gig) (24)

Bristol Fleece (October 5)

Peterborough Met Lounge (6)

Cardiff Ifor Bach (7)

Oxford Zodiac (8)

Sheffield Leadmill (9)

Glasgow King Tuts (11)

Edinburgh Venue (12)

Newcastle University 1+2 (13)

Hull Welly Club (14)

Middlesborough Empire (16)

Liverpool Academy (17)

Leeds University (18)

Manchester Hop and Grape (20)

Nottingham Rescue Rooms (21)

Brighton Concorde 2 (23)

Portsmouth Wedgewood (24)

Norwich Waterfront (25)

Birmingham Academy 2 (26)

London Scala (27)

Dublin Whelans (29)

Belfast Limelight (30)

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