Counting Crows and The Hold Steady announce UK and Irish tour

Bands hit the road together in May

Counting Crows and The Hold Steady announce UK and Irish tour
Counting Crows have announced a tour of the UK and Ireland this May - with support on nine of the 13 dates coming from The Hold Steady.

Kicking off the jaunt in Belfast on May 7, the gigs include a show at London's Wembley Arena.

Counting Crows play the following dates:

Belfast Odyssey Arena (May 7) (with The Hold Steady)
Dublin O2 (8) (with The Hold Steady)
Glasgow SECC (10) (with The Hold Steady)
Manchester MEN Arena (11) (with The Hold Steady)
Birmingham NIA (13) (with The Hold Steady)
London Wembley Arena (14) (with The Hold Steady)
Cardiff International Arena (16) (with The Hold Steady)
Bournemouth International Centre (18) (with The Hold Steady)
Nottingham Royal Centre (19)
London Brixton O2 Academy (21)
Brighton Centre (24)
Sheffield O2 Academy (26) (with The Hold Steady)
Newcastle O2 Academy (27)

To check the availability of Counting Crows tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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