New acts added to NME Radar Tour

Local opening slots for gig run announced

New acts added to NME Radar Tour
The local bands set to play opening support slots on the forthcoming NME Radar Tour have been announced.

Hurts, Everything Everything and Darwin Deez are set to feature on the tour, with a variety of local acts set to step up to open the gigs, starting in Glasgow on April 26.

New Education, The Federals and Mopp are among the acts who have bagged the support slots.

See below for the list of local acts set to perform and on which show they will play.

The NME Radar Tour calls at:

Glasgow King Tuts (April 26): Mopp
Preston 53 Degrees (27): The Underdogs
Manchester Academy 3 (28): The Heartbreaks
Stoke Sugarmill (30): New Education
Middlesborough Uni (May 2): Young Rebel Set
Oxford Academy 2 (4): Bitches
Bristol Thekla (5): Out Like A Lion
Wrexham Central Station (6): Camera
York Duchess (8): The Federals
Portsmouth Wedgewood (9): The Strange Death of Liberal England
London KOKO (10): TBC
Norwich Waterfront (11): The Kabeedies
Northampton Roadmender (12): New Cassettes

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

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