The Coral announce Glastonbury warm-up gigs - ticket details

Liverpool band will play three UK dates ahead of Worthy Farm slot

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The Coral have announced plans to play three warm-up dates ahead of their slot at this year's Glastonbury.

The Liverpool band will play in Bournemouth (June 22) and Bristol (23) in the run-up to their slot at Worthy Farm on June 24. They have also pencilled in a date at Newcastle Riverside on June 4.

Along with their slot on the John Peel Stage, James Skelly and co will also play at London's Field Day (August 6) and Fairport Convention's Cropredy Festival in Oxfordshire (August 12).

The band are also due to support The Courteeners at their Haigh Hall gig in Wigan on June 30.

The Coral will play:

Newcastle Riverside (June 4)
Bournemouth The Old Firestation (22)
Bristol Academy 2 (23)

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