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O2 Priority Tickets for upcoming gigs from Noel Gallagher, Wolf Alice and Daughter will be available tomorrow (October 21).
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will play a series of UK arena tour dates in April 2016.
Gallagher and his band released new album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ earlier this year and enjoyed a triumphant festival season, including a headline appearance at London’s Calling Festival.
The band will be back on the road in April next year with a tour that begins in Glasgow at the SSE Hydro on April 21 and culminates at the end of the month at Bournemouth’s BIC. The band will play dates in Aberdeen, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham in between. Super Furry Animals support on all dates.
Noel Gallagher will play:
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (April 21)
Aberdeen, AECC (April 24)
Liverpool, Echo Arena (April 25)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (April 27)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (April 29)
Bournemouth, BIC (April 30)
Prioirty Tickets are available for the Liverpool Leeds, Birmingham and Bournemouth gigs.
a]Wolf Alice[/a] have announced details of an extensive UK tour which will take place in March 2016.
The band released debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’ earlier this year and enjoyed a triumphant festival season, including appearances at Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds. They recently finished a UK tour and are currently playing a series of sold-out dates in the US.
Wolf Alice will be back on the road in March next year with a tour that begins in Belfast on March 4 and culminates at the end of the month with a homecoming gig at London’s Forum. The band will play dates in Stoke, Norwich, Manchester, Oxford, Portsmouth, Glasgow, Leeds and Cardiff in-between.
Wolf Alice will play:
Belfast, Limelight (March 4)
Dublin, Olympia (March 5)
Stoke-on-Trent, Keele University Student Union (March 7)
The Academy, Manchester (March 10)
Norwich, UEA (March 11)
Oxford, O2 Academy (March 13)
Portsmouth, Pyramids (March 14)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (March 16)
Leeds, O2 Academy (March 19)
Folkestone, Leas Cliff Halls (March 21)
Brighton, The Dome (March 22)
Nottingham, Rock City (March 23)
Cardiff, The Great Hall (March 24)
London, The Forum (March 27)
Daughter will tour Britain around the release of their second album ‘Not To Disappear’ in January 2016. The album is the follow up to 2013 debut ‘If You Leave’ and will be released via 4AD (The National, Grimes). A press release states that the album “finds the band making confident strides forward both sonically and lyrically”.
Daughter will play:
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Cambridge, Corn Exchange (January 15)
Oxford, O2 Academy Oxford (January 16)
Brighton, Dome (January 17)
Portsmouth, Pyramids (January 18)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (January 20)
Manchester, Albert Hall (January 21)
Liverpool, O2 Academy Liverpool (January 22)
Edinburgh, Queens Hall (January 23)
Newcastle Upon Tyne, O2 Academy Newcastle (January 25)
Leeds, Beckett University (January 26)
Nottingham, Rock City (January 27)
London, O2 Forum (January 28)
O2 customers can now get Priority Tickets to shows at O2 Forum Kentish Town, O2 Institute Birmingham and O2 Ritz Manchester. Only on O2. Search Priority.