Johnny Marr announces UK solo tour in October – O2 Priority Ticket details

Guitar legend will play lengthy tour this autumn

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Johnny Marr is to embark on a UK tour this October – O2 Priority Tickets for the tour will be available from 9am on Wednesday June 4.

The guitarist and solo singer will tour his 2013 solo album 'The Messenger' on a lengthy jaunt around the country, including a homecoming show at Manchester's O2 Apollo on October 25. The tour starts in Lincoln on October 13 and concludes in Leeds 16 days later.

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Speaking to NME earlier this year, Marr confirmed that he is already working on a new album, which he says has a London feel.

"I think I've got all the songs written now," Marr said at the time. "It's cool. It's got a real London feel, this album. I'm recording it down there at a studio near the river – I want to capture this busy, loud, very modern place."

Johnny Marr will play:

Lincoln The Engine Shed (October 13)
Southend Cliffs Pavillion (14)
Bexhill De La War (15)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (17)
Cardiff Great Hall (18)
Bournemouth O2 Academy (20)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (21)
London O2 Academy Brixton (23)
Bath Pavilion (24)
Manchester O2 Apollo (25)
Glasgow O2 Academy (27)
Newcastle 02 Academy (28)
Leeds 02 Academy (29)


O2 PriorityGet Priority tickets to thousands of gigs up to 48 hours before general release, on O2– text TICKETS to 2020.

Following the O2 Priority Ticket presale, tickets go on general sale on Friday May 30. To check the availability of Johnny Marr tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.



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