October 31, 2013 12:01

Arcade Fire tickets to go on sale tomorrow (November 1)

Drake, Warpaint, Azealia Banks and Two Door Cinema Club tickets also available

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Tickets to see Drake and Arcade Fire are all set to go on sale tomorrow morning (November 1).

Tickets for Arcade Fire's's first UK dates of 2013 will also be available. The band will appear in London, Glasgow and Blackpool under the name The Reflektors. Arcade Fire released their new album 'Reflektor' on Monday (October 28) and have played shows in America under the same name.

Tickets for Drake's forthcoming 2014 arena tour will also be available here from tomorrow morning alongside the chance to get Warpaint tickets for their 2014 UK tour dates announced earlier this week.

The Killers will play a one-off London date at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith on November 6, with the gig set to coincide with the release of their best-of album 'Direct Hits'. Tickets went on sale this morning (October 31) and sold out instantly. here from 9am.

In addition to these new on-sales, there are still tickets available to see Azealia Banks, Albert Hammond Jr., Peace, and Two Door Cinema Club. Tickets to catch Cerebral Ballzy and The Amazing Snakeheads on the Monster NME Radar Tour are also available.

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