September 20, 2010 11:19

Foals announce special New Year's Eve show and ticket details

Oxford five-piece to see in 2011 with London gig

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Foals have announced plans for a New Year's Eve show.

The Oxford five-piece will see in 2011 with a one-off show at London's HMV Forum on December 31.

Before that, the band will hit the road for a UK tour, which kicks off at Leeds O2 Academy on October 29.

Foals will play:

Leeds O2 Academy (October 29)
Manchester Academy (30)
Edinburgh HMV Picture House (31)
Glasgow O2 Academy (November 2)
Birmingham O2 Academy (3)
Bristol O2 Academy (4)
Nottingham Rock City (6)
Southampton Guildhall (7)
Brighton Dome (8)
Norwich UEA (10)
Lincoln Engine Shed (11)
Brixton O2 Academy (12)
London HMV Forum (December 31)


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


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