Fucked Up announce UK shows and ticket details

Canadian group to play dates in London and Cardiff this summer

Fucked Up announce UK shows and ticket details
Fucked Up have announced details of two UK shows.

Set to play The Barfly in Cardiff on July 15 and the Hoxton Bar And Kitchen in London on August 9, the gigs will coincide with a string of UK festival appearances.

Already confirmed to appear at this year's Guilfest, 1234 and Truck festivals in July, the band will also perform at the Standon Calling, Hevy and Rebellion festivals in August.

Fucked Up will play the following dates:

Cardiff The Barfly (July 15)
Guildford Guilfest (16)
London 1234 Festival (24)
Oxford Truck Festival (25)
Hertfordshire Standon Calling (August 6)
Kent Hevy Festival (7)
Blackpool Rebellion Festival (8)
London Hoxton Bar And Kitchen (9)

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

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