Jet change UK date

Illness forces band to push Newcastle gig back

Jet change UK date
Jet have been forced to change one of their UK dates.

The band have pushed their Newcastle show back from November 1 to October 31 because of singer Nic Cester's recent throat problems.

All tickets for the new date are still valid and any refunds will be made available.

Cester recently came down with a bout of acute laryngitis which has resulted in dates on their current European tour being postponed until October 25.

But the band will kick off their UK dates on October 26 at the Camden Barfly for the BBC Electric Proms season.

Jet release their new single 'Bring It On Back' on November 20.

They will play:

London Barfly (October 26)
Newcastle Academy (31)
Glasgow Barrowlands (November 3)
Manchester Academy (4)
Birmingham Academy (5)
London Brixton Academy (7,8)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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