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O2 Priority Tickets available for Bombay Bicycle Club, Example and Lily Allen

Pre-sales for live dates start tomorrow (August 20)

O2 Priority Tickets available for Bombay Bicycle Club, Example and Lily Allen

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O2 Priority Tickets are available for upcoming tours from Example, Lily Allen, Caribou and Embrace from 9am tomorrow morning. Tickets for Bombay Bicycle Club's tour are available for presale now.

Bombay Bicycle Club will embark on a December UK tour with Peace supporting on all dates.

The band previously announced plans to play a gig at London's Earls Court Arena on December 13, but will now play a series of shows around the country prior to that homecoming show. Starting in Leicester on December 3, the band will perform in Plymouth, Bournemouth, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Bombay Bicycle Club will play:

Leicester, De Montfort Hall (December 3)
Plymouth, Pavilions (4)
Bournemouth, BIC Solent Hall (5)
Manchester, Apollo (7)
Wolverhampton, (10)
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (11)
Newcastle, 02 Academy (12)
London, Earls Court Arena (13)


O2 Priority Tickets for Bombay Bicycle club are available from 9am on August 20.

Meanwhile, Example has announced details of a new tour, set to take place in October and November. The singer will hit the road in support of his latest album 'Live Life Living', kicking off in Llandudno before visiting 26 other cities, including a date at London's O2 Academy Brixton.

O2 Priority Tickets for Example are available from 9am on August 20.

Lily Allen also tours in November and December. The singer, who has recently been touring America on Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' tour, starts the run in Glasgow on November 22. The tour will finish with a homecoming gig at the O2 Academy in Brixton on December 12.

O2 Priority Tickets for Lily Allen are available from 9am on August 20.

Meanwhile, Caribou will perform at London's 02 Academy Brixton on March 14 2015.

O2 Priority Tickets for Caribou are available from 9am on August 20.

Finally, Embrace will play four dates in December, including gigs in Bournemouth, Oxford, Sheffield and Leicester.

O2 Priority Tickets for Embrace are available from 9am on August 20.

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