HARD-FI HIT THE ROAD

Biggest ever UK tour planned for October...

HARD-FI HIT THE ROAD
HARD-FI have confirmed details of their biggest ever UK tour.

The group, fresh off the back of the Top Ten success of their debut album ’Stars Of CCTV’, tour in October.

The dates are:
Bristol Bierkeller (October 14)
Bournemouth Old Firestation (15)
Northampton Roadmenders (17)
Oxford Zodiac (18)
London Electric Ballroom (19-20)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (21)
Aberdeen Moshulu (23)
Glasgow Garage (24)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (25)
Newcastle University (26)
Leeds Irish Centre (28)
Liverpool University (29)
Manchester University (30)
Norwich Waterfront (November 1)
Cambridge Junction (2)
Brighton Concorde (3)

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

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