Foals, Haim, Bastille and Savages tours go on sale today - ticket details

Tickets for London gigs by Suede and Azealia Banks are also now available for purchase

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Tickets for a number of eagerly-anticipated autumn and winter tours have gone on sale today (August 30).

Festival favourites Foals recently announced a seven-date UK and Ireland tour for next February (2014) and tickets for all dates are now available for purchase. Meanwhile, Bastille have booked in five British gigs for next February and March and those dates are all on sale now too.

Haim's seven-date UK and Ireland tour for this December and a six-date nationwide trek by Savages - recently revealed as Courtney Love's new favourite band - are also on sale today.

Meanwhile, tickets have also been made available for Suede's intimate gig at London's Garage on October 16, which precedes a full UK tour, and Azealia Banks's show at London's Brixton Academy on November 30.

Foals will play:

Dublin Olympia (February 4, 5)
Manchester Apollo (7)
Glasgow Barrowlands (9)
Birmingham O2 Academy (11)
Newcastle O2 Academy (12)
London Alexandra Palace (14)


Haim will play:

Norwich UEA (December 4)
Birmingham HMV Institute (5)
Leeds Metropolitan University (6)
Manchester The Ritz (8)
London The Forum (9)
Glasgow The ABC (12)
Dublin The Academy (13)


Bastille will play:

Edinburgh Corn Exchange (February 27)
Manchester 02 Apollo (28)
Plymouth Pavilions (March 3)
Bournemouth BIC (4)
London Alexandra Palace (6)


Savages will play:

Brighton Concorde 2 (November 5)
London Forum (6)
Bristol Trinity (7)
Manchester Ritz (9)
Glasgow Classic Grand (10)
Leeds Vox (11)


To check the availability of Foals tickets, Haim tickets, Bastille tickets, Savages tickets, Azealia Banks tickets and Suede tickets - and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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