Lostprophets cancel Port Talbot show due to fire

The show will now be played at Cardiff's International Arena on May 1

Lostprophets cancel Port Talbot show due to fire
Lostprophets have been forced to cancel their show at Afan Lido in Port Talbot after the venue was ravaged by fire.

The show, which was due to take place on March 1, was devastated by fire back in December and will now be moved to Cardiff's International Arena on May 1.

Tickets for the Afan Lido show will be valid for the Cardiff show, while refunds are also available.

Playing in support of their new album 'The Betrayed', the Welsh group recently played a show at their old school in Pontypridd, with a full UK tour set to begin on February 4.

Lostprophets will play the following dates:

Leicester De Montfort Hall (February 4)
Hull Ice Arena (6)
Nottingham Rock City (7)
Margate Winter Gardens (9)
Portsmouth Guildhall (10)
London O2 Academy Brixton (11)
Doncaster Dome (13)
Leeds O2 Academy (14)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (15)
Birmingham O2 Academy (17)
Glasgow Academy (18)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (19)
Yeovil Westlands (21)
Norwich UEA (22)
Newcastle O2 Academy (23)
Manchester Apollo (25)
Southampton Guildhall (26)
Bristol O2 Academy (28)
Cardiff International Arena (May 1)

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

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