Alkaline Trio reschedule UK tour for May 2012 – ticket details

Band were forced to move shows after singer Matt Skiba broke his foot

Alkaline Trio reschedule UK tour for May 2012 – ticket details

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Alkaline Trio have announced details of their rescheduled UK tour.

The punk trio were forced to postpone the dates from their original booking in November after frontman Matt Skiba broke his foot during a motorcycle accident. The new shows will now take place in May.

The band, who are touring in support of their new, semi-acoustic album 'Damnesia', will now play 11 UK shows, which begin at Portsmouth' Pyramids Centre on May 1 and finish at Exeter Lemon Grove on May 14.

All tickets for the original shows will remain valid for the newly announced dates.

Alkaline Trio will now play:

Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (May 1)
Sheffield Leadmill (2)
Leeds Metropolitan University (4)
Manchester Academy 2 (5)
Edinburgh HMV Picturehouse (7)
Coventry Kasbah (8)
Norwich Waterfront (9)
London Camden Electric Ballroom (10)
London Camden Barfly (12)
Cardiff Solus (13)
Exeter Lemon Grove (14)


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