Blink-182 expand 2011 UK tour - ticket details

Band have added dates in Sheffield, Cardiff and London

Blink-182 expand 2011 UK tour - ticket details

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Blink-182 have expanded their upcoming 2011 arena tour of the UK.

The reunited pop-punk band will now play five additional shows, after tickets for all of their dates, besides Newcastle, sold out earlier today (November 26).

The extra gigs will take place in Birmingham (July 1), Liverpool (4), Sheffield (7), Cardiff (16) and London (19).

Blink-182 will play:

Birmingham NIA (July 1)
Liverpool Echo Arena (4)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (7)
Manchester MEN Arena (8)
Newcastle Arena (12)
Nottingham Arena (13)
Birmingham LG Arena (15)
Cardiff International Arena (16)
London 02 Arena (18, 19)

Tickets for the Birmingham (NIA) and Liverpool dates go on sale on Thursday (December 9) at 9.30am (GMT), while tickets for the second London show are on sale now. To check the availability of Blink-182 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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