August 9, 2007 15:00

Tickets for NME Freshers Tour 07 with The Go! Team on sale now

Get the term started in style with this year's tour

Tickets for NME Freshers Tour 07 with The Go! Team on sale now
The new university year is set to start in style, with the NME Freshers Tour 07 supported by Lowlife all set to kick the term off this autumn.

The Go! Team will headline the tour, with Operator Please and The Satin Peaches also along for the ride, which begins in in Edinburgh on September 25.

Tickets for the tour – which is open to students and non-students – go on sale exclusively through NME.COM at 9am on Monday (August 6), so all you have to do is head back here then.

In the meantime, here is a sneak preview of the dates:

Edinburgh University (September 25)
Northumbria University (27)
Liverpool Guild (28)
Loughborough University (29)
Preston 53 Degrees (October 1)
Bangor University (2)
Cardiff University (4)
Warwick Students Union (5)
Plymouth University (6)
Bournemouth Old Fire Station (7)
London Astoria (9)

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