The Bronx announce UK shows and ticket details

The group are set to support Gogol Bordello and will play a Mariachi El Bronx show too

The Bronx announce UK shows and ticket details
The Bronx have revealed details of a series of UK shows, supporting Gogol Bordello.

Beginning at the Hammersmith Apollo on May 7, the punk outfit have also revealed they will play a one-off show as their Mexican-flavoured alter ego Mariachi El Bronx, at London's Barbican on April 26.

Meanwhile, Mariachi El Bronx will also release their new single, 'Holy', on April 26.

As previously reported, The Bronx have released a live documentary centring around their visit to London last year.

The Bronx and Mariachi El Bronx will play:

London The Barbican (Mariachi El Bronx) (April 26)
London Hammersmith Apollo (May 7)*
Manchester Academy (8)*
Glasgow Academy (9)*
Norwich UEA (10)*
Birmingham Academy (11)*

* with Gogol Bordello


Tickets for the Gogol Bordello support shows go on sale today (February 5), at 9am (GMT).

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