ShockWaves Presents Club NME On Tour grows

Simian Mobile Disco join rave-up

ShockWaves Presents Club NME On Tour grows
Simian Mobile Disco have been added to the ShockWaves Presents Club NME On Tour line-up.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, new rave trailblazers Klaxons headline, and will be joined by Shitdisco and Datarock.

The dates begin at Norwich's Waterfront on September 27 and end at Portsmouth's Wedgewood Rooms on October 17.

The DJs have now joined the bill for seven shows, including the London KOKO date on October 13.

The ShockWaves Presents Club NME On Tour will call at:

Norwich Waterfront (September 27)
Stoke Underground (28)
Liverpool Stanley Theatre (29)
Sheffield Plug (30)
Middlesbro Empire (October 2)*
Manchester Academy 3 (3)
Aberdeen Tunnels (4)*
Glasgow Arches (5)*
Leeds Faversham (7)*
Nottingham Stealth (8)*
Birmingham Custard Factory (10)*
Northampton Soundhaus (11)
London KOKO (13)*
Brighton Concorde (14)
Oxford Zodiac (16)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (17)

* - Simian Mobile Disco appearing.

Tickets are £7 (£9 for the London date) and are on sale through

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