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Kasabian have added more new shows to their 2011 arena tour, which kicks off in November.

The three new shows take place in Nottingham Capital FM Arena (December 3), Aberdeen AECC (December 12) and London O2 Arena (December 15). Tickets are on sale now for Nottingham and London, with Aberdeen tickets going on sale at 9am on September 9.

The Brighton, first Nottingham, Glasgow and first London shows have all sold out. The full tour dates are below.

Kasabian play:

Brighton Centre (November 28)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (30)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (December 2)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (3)
Liverpool Echo Arena (4)
Birmingham NIA (6)
Manchester Evening News Arena (7)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (8)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (10)
Glasgow SECC (11)
Aberdeen AECC (12)
London O2 Arena (14)
London O2 Arena (15)


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


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