[b]SFA[/b] play [b]Colchester[/b] as warm-up for [b]All Tomorrow's Parties[/b]...

Super Furry Animals play a low key warm up gig at the Colchester Arts Centre on Wednesday 5 April, prior to their headline appearance at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival the following weekend.

Tickets for the 400 capacity gig have already almost sold out, and can be purchased from the Colchester Arts Centre box office in person (limited to two per person), or by contacting the venue direct on 01206 500 900.

SFA headline the first night of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, with support from Stereolab, The Delgados, The High Llamas, Ten Benson and Scott 4. Other bands featured over the weekend include Sonic Youth, Clinic and Hood.

For tickets for ATP, go to the Ticketshop - click here[/url]

Or call the 24-Hour NME Virgin Cola Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.

As reported here yesterday, Super Furries also release their Welsh language album 'Mwng' on May 1 through their own label Placid Casual.

Read More On This Artist

Super Furry Animals Merchandise
More News
Boy George on cancelled Culture Club tour: 'Everything is on hold'
Dave Grohl performs acoustic version of Foo Fighters' 'Something From Nothing' -...
Joanna Gruesome win Welsh Music Prize with debut LP 'Weird Sister'
De La Soul joined by Chuck D on new song 'The People' - listen
Kurt Cobain documentary maker says film will receive UK theatrical release in spring 2015
Jimmy Page praises Royal Blood for 'taking the genre up a few serious notches'
Killer Mike says Run The Jewels spent most of their time 'high as a kite' while making...
Plans emerge that show closed London venue Madame Jojo’s was already due to be demolished
Sleaford Mods: ''Divide And Exit' changed our life course'
Robbie Williams to challenge Take That with surprise new solo album
Noel Gallagher says he gets recognised more for 'Gogglebox' appearance than music
Arctic Monkeys alert fans to 'fraudulent promotions' of fake 2015 gig
Roskilde announce Muse, St Vincent and more for 2015 festival
Twin Atlantic postpone gig at Jack Rocks The Macbeth
The Courteeners' Heaton Park gig sells out in under an hour
Bastille team up with Haim on new track 'Bite Down' – listen
Frank Ocean shares new song 'memrise' online – listen
The View announce UK tour, confirm fifth album sessions with Albert Hammond Jr.
Damon Albarn rumoured to be working on new Adele album
Noel Gallagher 'ends texts to Russell Brand with 'Parklife' jibe'
Jennifer Lawrence set to enter UK singles chart with 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part...
AC/DC reveal guitarist Malcolm Young already showed 'symptoms of dementia' in 2008

More News


Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
Know Your NME

NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM