Paul Weller to play forest gigs this summer

Singer-songwriter announces details of five open air shows for June and July (2014)

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Paul Weller has announced details of five forest gigs he will play this summer.

The singer will play a string of outdoor shows in June and July of this year (2014). Starting at Sherwood Pines forest in Nottinghamshire, Weller will then perform in Kent, North Yorkshire, and Staffordshire before ending the run of shows at Delamere Forest in Cheshire.

Tickets for the dates go on sale at 9am on Friday, priced £46.20. Scroll down for ticket details.

Speaking to NME at his last gig in London last December, Weller confirmed that he is working on a new album in 2014. Discussing new song 'Gravity', which was aired at the Save The Children's Christmas Tree Sessions show, Weller said: "'Gravity' is a song I've had for a while now, and I don’t know what to do with it. I'm working on a new album, writing and collecting songs, and hopefully it'll be out next year. It's what I do, write songs and record them, so I just want to get on with it."

Paul Weller will play:

Sherwood Pines Forest (June 14)
Bedgebury Pinetum & Forest (June 21)
Dalby Forest (June 27)
Cannock Chase Forest (June 28)
Delamere Forest (July 4)


To check the availability of Paul Weller tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.




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