Frightened Rabbit expand winter UK and Ireland tour - ticket details

Group have added extra shows in Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin

Frightened Rabbit expand winter UK and Ireland tour - ticket details

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Frightened Rabbit have expanded their upcoming winter tour of the UK and Ireland.

The group have added an additional show at Glasgow's Barrowlands (December 6) and dates at Belfast Empire (8) and Dublin Academy (9).

The tour begins with a show at Bristol's Anson Rooms on November 20.

Frightened Rabbit will embark on a tour of North America in October.

Frightened Rabbit will play the following dates:

Bristol Anson Rooms (November 20)
Manchester Academy 2 (21)
Newcastle Northumbria University (22)
Stoke Sugarmill (24)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (25)
Exeter Pheonix Theatre (26)
Brighton Komedia (27)
Leeds Cockpit (29)
Wolverhampton Slade Rooms (30)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (December 1)
Glasgow Barrowlands (3, 6)
Belfast Empire (8)
Dublin Academy (9)


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







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