Odd Future announce three-date UK tour - ticket details

Rap collective will return to the UK in July

Odd Future announce three-date UK tour - ticket details

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Odd Future have announced a three-date UK tour for July.

The Los Angeles rap collective, Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All [OFWGKTA] to give them their full title, recently grabbed all the headlines at the Camden Crawl festival. Now they will play shows in London, Manchester and Birmingham this summer.

The short trek begins at the London Electric Ballroom on July 5 before moving on to the Manchester Academy 2 on July 12. It then wraps up at the Birmingham HMV Library on July 13.

OFWGKTA are also booked to play the Reading And Leeds Festivals in August. Meanwhile Tyler, The Creator, one of the collective's vocalists, released his new album 'Goblin' on Monday (May 9).

Tickets for the newly-announced shows go on sale on Thursday (May 12) at 10am (GMT). To check the availability of OFWGKTA tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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