The Killers announce two Irish arena dates – ticket details

Brandon Flowers and co will play Belfast and Dublin in February 2013

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The Killers have announced two new arena dates for 2013.

The Las Vegas band, who released their fourth album 'Battle Born' on September 17, are set to tour the UK and Ireland in October/November. They have now announced two extra dates in Belfast and Dublin in February 2013.

The band's first run of dates begins at Glasgow's SECC on October 26 and runs until November 17 when they headline the second of two shows at London's O2 Arena. The tour also includes stops in Aberdeen, Nottingham, Newcastle, Cardiff, Sheffield and Liverpool.

Brandon Flowers and co will then return to the UK and Ireland to play Belfast's Odyssey Arena on February 21 and Dublin's The O2 on February 22.

You can watch the video for The Killers' new single 'Runaways' at the bottom of the page.

The Killers will play:

Glasgow SECC (October 26)
Aberdeen Exhibition Centre (27)
Birmingham LG Arena (31, November 1)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (3)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (4)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (5)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (8)
Liverpool Echo Arena (9)
Manchester Arena (13, 14)
London O2 Arena (16, 17)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (February 21)
Dublin The O2 (22)


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