December 15, 2011 15:04

Dog Is Dead to hit the road for mammoth UK and Ireland tour - ticket details

Band are also gearing up for Club NME's New Year's Eve Ball

Dog Is Dead to hit the road for mammoth UK and Ireland tour - ticket details
Dog Is Dead are to set to hit the road for a mammoth headline tour of the UK in 2012.

The band have lined up 24 dates starting at Norwich Arts Centre on February 18. The jaunt ends at Cardiff Arts Institute on March 17.

Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow (December 16). To check availability of Dog Is Dead tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Before that they will headline Club NME New Year's Eve Ball in London.

You can purchase advance tickets for the New Year's Eve Ball now (priced £12.50) by visiting ticketweb.co.uk, or by calling the ticket phoneline on 0844 847 2258.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, or stop by KOKO.uk.com for all the latest ticket details.

Dog Is Dead will play:

London Koko Club NME (December 31)
Norwich Arts Centre (February 18)
O2 Academy 2 Oxford (19)
O2 Academy 3 Birmingham (20)
Bristol Thekla (21)
O2 Academy 2 Leicester (23)
Stoke Sugarmill (24)
Hull Fruit (25)
Leeds Cockpit (26)
Newcastle Riverside (27)
Aberdeen Café Drummonds (29)
Inverness Hootenanays (March 1)
Ullapool The Arch (2)
Stornoway The Woodlands Centre (3)
Aviemore Old Bridge Inn (4)
Glasgow King Tuts (6)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (7)
Belfast Auntie Annies (8)
Dublin Academy 2 (9)
Lancaster Library (10)
Sheffield Plug (11)
Manchester Deaf Institute (13)
Brighton Komedia (14)
Southampton Joiners (16)
Cardiff Arts Institute (17)


The band have recorded a special version of The Waitresses' 'Christmas Wrapping', the video of which you can watch by clicking below.


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