Earl Sweatshirt announces 2014 UK tour dates

Odd Future rapper will bring Wearld Tour to Britain in March

Earl Sweatshirt announces 2014 UK tour dates

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Earl Sweatshirt has announced details of a UK tour as part of a wider world tour.

The Odd Future rapper will embark on the global Wearld Tour, taking in shows in Europe, America and Australia throughout the first quarter of 2014. The tour arrives in the UK in March where Earl Sweatshirt will play four shows.

Starting in London on March 23, Sweatshirt will then play gigs at the Garage in Glasgow and Manchester Academy 2 before ending the short tour at Dublin Academy. Scroll down for ticket details.

Last year Earl Sweatshirt revealed to NME that he will record and release an album with Tyler, The Creator under their EarlWolf moniker when they have time to "sit down" and do it properly.

Discussing his work with Tyler, The Creator as EarlWolf, Sweatshirt said: "We'll do the record when we're ready to sit down for a month and a half and do it in one. It'd be shitty if it was spread out. That's how I want to do shit from now on; that's what I learned from doing 'Doris'. Trying to piece shit together that's hella spread out kinda sucks. You hit a lot more walls trying to make it sync."

Earl Sweatshirt tour dates:

London, Brixton Electric (March 23)
Glasgow, Garage (24)
Manchester, Academy 2 (25)
Dublin, Academy (26)

To check the availability of Earl Sweatshirt tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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