Blondie announce two UK gigs for August

The band recently played Glastonbury Festival

Blondie announce two UK gigs for August

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Blondie have announced two UK shows set to take place in August.

The band will play Bristol O2 Academy on August 19 and Leicester O2 Academy on August 20. Tickets are on sale now and the gigs will follow the release of the recent two-disc 'Blondie 4(0) Ever' which is made up of a greatest hits album alongside the band's new LP 'Ghosts Of Download'. It was their first release since 2011's 'Panic Of Girls'.

The band recently performed at Glastonbury Festival as well as playing dates in London and Sheffield at the end of June. Blondie were honoured at the NME Awards with Austin, Texas, in February. The band were named Godlike Genius at this year's event, which took place on February 26, where they performed a career-spanning set.

Blondie play:

Bristol O2 Academy (August 19)
Leicester O2 Academy (August 20)


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

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