Gruff Rhys announces UK tour for September Gruff Rhys Tickets

The Super Furry Animals man plays 13 dates in support of his fourth solo album

Gruff Rhys announces UK tour for September

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Gruff Rhys has announced plans for a UK tour this September.

The Super Furry Animals man will support the release of his fourth solo album 'American Interior' with a run of shows at churches, town halls and 'iconic' UK venues, kicking off the dates at Shetland Mareel on September 4. The 13-date tour will also see him playing a previously announced show at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall on September 20.

Ahead of the autumn shows he will embark on a multimedia 'tour' of Glastonbury Festival between June 25-29, the first of its kind. Taking fans across all platforms of 'American Interior', Rhys will host a screening of the album's accompanying film in the Cinema Tent, a discussion about its book on the Free University stage, a DJ set in the Stonebridge tent and a late night gig in the Crow's Nest.

Gruff Rhys will play:

Shetland Mareel (September 4)
Glasgow ABC (5)
Gateshead Old Town Hall (6)
Manchster Royal Northern College Of Music (10)
Bristol Woodlands Church (11)
Wakefield Long Division (13)
Hebden Bridge The Trades Club (14)
Birmingham Glee Club (15)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (17)
Brighton St. George’s Church (18)
Ashford St. Mary’s Church (19)
London Queen Elizabeth Hall (20)
Laugharne The Dylan Weekend (21)


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