June 18, 2010 18:55

Godspeed You! Black Emperor announce UK tour and ticket details

Winter gig-run begins in Manchester on December 7

Godspeed You! Black Emperor announce UK tour and ticket details
Godspeed You Black Emperor have announced details of a winter tour of the UK.

Beginning in Manchester on December 7, the group will then head to Glasgow and Bristol, before finishing the jaunt in London on December 13.

Meanwhile, prior to the gig-run the band are set to curate ATP's Nightmare Before Christmas festival on December 3-5, which includes the likes of 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Deerhoof, Scout Niblett and White Magic.

Godspeed You Black Emperor will play the following:

Manchester Academy (December 7)
Glasgow Barrowlands (8)
Bristol Ansom Rooms (12)
London Troxy (13)

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

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