The Bronx expand upcoming UK tour - ticket details

LA-based group add more dates for the gig-run that starts next month

The Bronx expand upcoming UK tour - ticket details
The Bronx have expanded their upcoming tour of the UK.

Already set to support Gogol Bordello as The Bronx in May and play a one-off show as Mariachi El Bronx on April 26, the Los Angeles-based group have now announced a number of headline dates.

Playing a series of shows as both The Bronx and their Mexican alter-egos Mariachi El Bronx, the split performances begin in Nottingham on April 27 and finish in Cambridge on May 12.

As previously reported, The Bronx have released a live documentary about their visit to London last year, while Mariachi El Bronx will release their new single, 'Holy', on April 26.

The Bronx and Mariachi El Bronx will play:

London, The Barbican (April 26) (Mariachi El Bronx only)
Nottingham, Rock City (27)
Liverpool, Masque Theatre (28)
Newcastle, Academy (29)
Leeds, Live @ Leeds Festival (May 1)
Cardiff, Solus (2)
Bristol, Thekla (3)
Brighton, Concorde (4)
Oxford, Academy (5)
London, Hammersmith Apollo* (7)
Manchester Academy* (8)
Academy, Glasgow* (9)
Norwich, UEA* (10)
Birmingham, Academy* (11)
Cambridge, Junction (12)

*Supporting Gogol Bordello

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