Modest Mouse announce July UK tour – ticket details

The band will play eight headline shows in addition to T In The Park and Latitude festivals

Modest Mouse announce July UK tour – ticket details

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Modest Mouse are set to tour the UK this July.

The US college rock band will be playing a series of headline dates in addition to their sets at T In The Park and Latitude festivals, kicking off their run of shows at Brighton Concorde 2 on July 8.

They will play eight headline shows, including London Roundhouse on July 11, before finishing up at Birmingham Library on July 18.

Modest Mouse appeared at last weekend's Coachella Festival in California and will be performing at the second leg of the festival this coming weekend.

Modest Mouse play:

Brighton Concorde 2 (July 8)
Bristol O2 Academy (9)
London Roundhouse (11)
Leeds University Stylus (12)
Gateshead Sage 2 (14)
Manchester Academy 2 (16)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (17)
Birmingham Library (18)


To check the availability of Modest Mouse tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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