Tickets for The Black Keys' UK arena tour onsale today

'El Camino' duo will play five shows as part of their biggest UK tour to date

Tickets for The Black Keys' UK arena tour onsale today

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Tickets for The Black Keys' UK arena tour go onsale today (August 31) at 9am (BST).

The Ohio duo will kick off their five-date trek at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena on December 7, before playing Glasgow's SECC on November 8, Birmingham's NIA on December 9 and the Manchester Arena on December 11. The tour will conclude at London's O2 Arena on December 12.

Tickets for the tour, the band's biggest to date, will go on sale on August 31 at 9am. Tickets are priced at £27.50 for all dates, except for London, where they will cost £30.

The December tour will begin nearly a year to the day that the duo released their seventh and most recent album, 'El Camino'. The album, produced by Danger Mouse aka Brian Burton, debuted at Number Two in the US and has since gone gold in the UK.

The Black Keys performed at Reading And Leeds Festivals last weekend, to read all about the action-packed weekend, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally.

The Black Keys will play:

Newcastle Arena (December 7)
Glasgow SECC (8)
Birmingham National Indoor Arena (9)
Manchester Arena (11)
London O2 Arena (12)


To check the availability of The Black Keys tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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