The Maccabees announce their largest UK headline show to date – ticket details

Band will celebrate the success of 'Given To The Wild' with a massive gig

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The Maccabees have announced their largest UK headline show to date.

The band, who released their third studio album 'Given To The Wild' earlier this month, will play London's Alexandra Palace on June 8. The gig at the venue, which has a capacity of over 10,000, will be the Brighton's band biggest of their career thus far.

The Maccabees will also embark on a mammoth tour in March. The band will play a 12-date trek around the UK kicking off at Edinburgh HMV Picture House on March 5. It will wrap up at Cambridge Corn Exchange on March 19.

You can watch an interview with The Maccabees giving NME a track-by-track guide to 'Given To The Wild' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Tickets for the Alexandra Palace show go onsale on Friday (January 27) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of The Maccabees tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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