Editors announce extensive UK and Ireland tour for November - ticket details

Band will play 18 dates this November including a Birmingham homecoming show

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Editors have announced details of an extensive UK and Ireland tour to take place this November.

The band will play 18 dates nationwide, beginning in Margate on November 5 and wrapping up in Nottingham on November 28. The tour will include a homecoming show in Birmingham on November 16.

Editors delivered sets on the Main Stage at Leeds Festival on Friday (August 23) and Reading yesterday (August 25) and also performed at T In The Park and Glastonbury earlier this summer. The band released their fourth studio album 'The Weight Of Your Love' on June 28 and saw it debut at Number 6 on the UK's Official Albums Chart.

Tickets for the band's tour will go on general sale this Friday (August 30) at 9am.

Editors will play:

Margate, Winter Gardens (November 5)
Brighton, Dome (6)
Southampton, Guildhall (7)
Cardiff, University Great Hall (9)
Exeter, University (10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (11)
Norwich, UEA (13)
London, O2 Brixton Academy (14)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (16)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (18)
Belfast, Mandela Hall (19)
Dublin, Olympia (20)
Manchester, Academy (22)
Leeds, O2 Academy (23)
Aberdeen, Music Hall (25)
Glasgow, Barrowland (26)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (27)
Nottingham, Rock City (28)

To check the availability of Editors tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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