Jake Bugg, Lorde, The Horrors - tickets on sale 9am Friday (May 16)

Tom Vek, Johnny Marr and Clean Bandit will also release new tickets tomorrow

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Tickets for a host of forthcoming UK tours are set to go on sale at 9am on Friday (May 16).

The Horrors will tour new album ‘Luminous’ throughout September, beginning at Norwich Waterfront (September 22) and ending up at London’s Troxy on October 4. Tickets are available via See Tickets or Viagogo.

Jake Bugg, meanwhile, will play five of the largest dates of his career, including gigs in Cardiff, Wolverhampton, Liverpool, Bridlington and finally London's Alexandra Palace on October 21. Tickets are on sale via See Tickets and Viagogo.

Lorde will also play two London dates at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (June 5) and O2 Academy Brixton (June 6). Tickets are available here and here.

Dance quartet Clean Bandit will play a large number of dates up and down the UK throughout October following an array of summer festival appearances. Taking in 13 gigs throughout the month, tickets for the band can be purchased here and here.

All tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow.


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