July 16, 2010 14:20

Hot Chip and LCD Soundsystem announce co-headline arena dates

Bands unite for winter tour

Hot Chip and LCD Soundsystem announce co-headline arena dates
Hot Chip and LCD Soundsystem have announced a series of co-headlining dates.

The bands, who have both counted guitarist Al Doyle as a member and are old friends, will hit the road together in November.

The dates are:

London Alexandra Palace (November 10)
Cardiff Arena (12)
Sheffield Magna Arena (13)
Manchester Apollo (15)


Tickets go on sale on July 23. To check the availability of Hot Chip and LCD Soundsystem tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The order in which the groups will play has not yet been revealed. Watch an LCD Soundsystem video interview on the right now.



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