Tickets for NME's Generation Next October tour onsale today

Howler, Gross Magic and The Cast Of Cheers will take part in 11-show run

Tickets for NME's Generation Next October tour onsale today

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Tickets for the NME Generation Next Tour in October go onsale today (August 1) at 9am (BST).

The tour, which features Howler, Gross Magic and The Cast Of Cheers on the bill, will take in 11 venues across the UK towards the end of October.

The tour kicks off on October 19 at Bournemouth's Old Fire Station and runs until October 31 when the three bands play Brighton's Haunt.

The trek also features shows in Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, London, Stoke and Nottingham.

Speaking about the tour, Howler frontman Jordan Gatesmith told NME: "We have abandoned our hometown of Minneapolis for a lifetime on the road. But that's OK – rest is for the weak. The UK has been good to us this year and we're looking forward to turning young people of Britain into a sweaty and excitable mess. See you in October."

For more information about the tour, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally.

The NME Generation Next Tour will call at:

Bournemouth Old Fire Station (October 19)
Bristol Thekla (20)
Norwich Waterfront (21)
Birmingham HMV Institute Library (22)
Manchester Club Academy (24)
Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (25)
Sheffield Leadmill (26)
Stoke Sugarmill (27)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (29)
London Koko (30)
Brighton The Haunt (31)


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

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