Lostprophets to return home

Band to headline major Welsh festival

Lostprophets to return home
Lostprophets are to play a one-off hometown show next year.

The band will play their first ever major concert in Pontypridd by performing at 2007's The Full Ponty Festival.

The event, which takes place on May 26, will coincide with a series of Lostprophets UK dates.

Tickets for the festival will go on sale this Friday (November 10). For ticket availability after then, go to NME.COM/gigs.

For further information on the event go to www.thefullponty.com.

The band will release their new single 'Can't Catch Tomorrow' on November 27.

Before that Lostprophets will kick off an autumn UK tour on November 23.

They will play:

Plymouth Pavilions (November 23)
Reading Rivermead (24)
Port Talbot Afan Lido (25)
Leicester De Montford Hall (27)
Portsmouth Guildhall (28)
Hull Ice Arena (29)
Middlesbrough Town Hall (December 1)
Blackburn King George's Hall (2)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (3)
Bournemouth International Centre (5)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (6)
Leeds University (7)
London Hammersmith Apollo (9)


For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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