Arcade Fire announce second London show after first Earl's Court date sells out

The first show sold out in just hours this morning (November 29)

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Arcade Fire have announced plans for a second huge UK show set to take place at London's Earls Court after the first date sold out just hours after going on sale this morning (November 29).

The band will now play at the arena on June 6 and 7, 2014. Tickets for the second date are available now. Scroll down for further details.

The dates fall in the festival season, which is in line with Win Butler's recent comments that the band will also play UK festivals next summer when he told fans they should "get [their] wellies ready".

When asked if the band would be playing any UK festivals next summer, Butler said: "Yeah, I hope so. It's a special experience."

His comments sparked speculation that Arcade Fire will play Glastonbury next year. The band recently announced a huge US arena tour to take place in 2014, but fans have spotted there is a gap in their schedule between June 22 and July 30 which could potentially be filled by a spot at Worthy Farm.

To check the availability of Arcade Fire tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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