Manchester Orchestra announce mini UK tour – ticket details

The Georgia indie-rock band touch down in the UK this October

Manchester Orchestra announce mini UK tour – ticket details

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Manchester Orchestra have announced plans for a five-date UK tour, set to take place this October.

The short run of shows will start at Bristol Thekla on October 2, before visiting Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester, finishing up on October 7 at London KOKO.

The dates mark the band's first ever headline tour of the UK, though the rockers, from Atlanta, Georgia, have opened for Biffy Clyro and Kings Of Leon on these shores in the past.

They released their third album, the conceptual ‘Simple Math’, earlier this year.

Manchester Orchestra play:

Bristol Thekla (October 2)
Glasgow Oran Mor (3)
Birmingham HMV Institute Library (4)
Manchester Academy 2 (5)
London KOKO (7)


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