Band Of Horses announce UK tour and ticket details

Gig run will begin in Cambridge on June 7

Band Of Horses announce UK tour and ticket details
Band Of Horses have announced an upcoming tour of the UK.

Playing in support of their new album 'Infinite Arms', which will be released on May 17, the group begin the tour in Cambridge on June 7.

As previously reported, the band announced one-off shows at London's KOKO (April 12) and Roundhouse (June 9) venues, before revealing the additional dates.

Band Of Horses will play the following:

London KOKO (April 12)
Cambridge Junction (June 7)
Manchester Ritz (8)
London Roundhouse (9)
Oxford Academy (11)


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