Patrick Wolf announces 10th anniversary UK tour – ticket details

Singer will celebrate a decade in music with a largely acoustic tour

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Patrick Wolf has announced a UK tour for later this year to celebrate his 10th anniversary in music.

Wolf, who has released five studio albums across his 10-year career, will cap a decade in music with nine live shows across the remainder of this year.

He will first play a show at London's Old Vic Theatre on August 29 and then play eight further shows in November and December as part of a full European tour. These end with a show in Brighton at St Mary's Church on December 11.

Wolf, who will be accompanied by one other musician on stage, has promised to play an entirely different set list on each night of the tour.

The singer's most recent album 'Lupercalia' was released in June 2011 and he is currently working on its follow-up. You can watch a video interview with Patrick Wolf from last summer's T In The Park by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Patrick Wolf will play:

London Old Vic Theatre (August 29)
Salford Lowry (November 6)
Cardiff Gate (7)
Gateshead Sage Theatre (20)
Warwick Arts Centre (24)
Glasgow Cottiers (25)
Penzance Ritz Theatre (December 9)
Bristol St. George's(10)
Brighton St Mary's Church (11)


Tickets go onsale on Friday (June 22) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Patrick Wolf tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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