November 14, 2013 16:13

Bombay Bicycle Club, Metronomy and Manics tickets to go on sale tomorrow (November 15) Bombay Bicycle Club Tickets

Katy B, The Orwells and Jurrassic 5 tours will also go on sale

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Tickets for Bombay Bicycle Club's 2014 tour will go onsale tomorrow morning (November 15).

The band will play 14 gigs on the stretch, including a homecoming show at London's Brixton Academy in support of their fourth album, which is also due early next year. Tickets will be available here.

Other tours going on sale tomorrow include Katy B, Metronomy, The Orwells, Manic Street Preachers, and Jurassic 5.

In addition to these new on-sales, there are still tickets available to see the NME Radar Tour, Drake, Warpaint, Band of Skulls and

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