Iglu & Hartly announce UK tour and ticket details

Band to return in January next year

Iglu & Hartly announce UK tour and ticket details
Iglu & Hartly have announced details of a UK tour for January and February next year.

The band are set to release a new EP, 'Dedication', at the end of January – the release date is yet to be confirmed. They will kick off the tour on January 25 at the Newcastle Academy 2.

Iglu & Hartly will play:

Newcastle Academy 2 (January 25)
York Fibbers (26)
Birmingham Academy 3 (27)
Leicester Sumo (28)
Nottingham Bodega (29)
Hitchin Remix (30)
Oxford Academy 2 (31)
Norwich Arts Centre (February 1)
Peterborough Cressett (2)
Glasgow King Tuts (3)
London Hoxton Bar And Kitchen (4)
Brighton Prince Albert (5)
Southampton Joiners (6)
Bournemouth iBar (7)
Yeovil Orange Box (8)
Reading Sub 89 (9)
Bristol Thekla (10)
Cardiff Barfly (12)
Liverpool 02 Academy (13)
Leeds Cockpit (14)
Hull University (15)
Manchester Moho Live (16)
Wrexham Central Station (17)

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

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