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The Specials have announced details of a huge European tour for 2011.

The band will hit the road from next September, playing 13 UK dates as part of the tour. They'll end it with a hometown show in Coventry on October 29 followed by a date at London's Alexandra Palace on November 3.

The Specials will play:

Amsterdam Paradiso (September 15)
Copenhagen Vega (16)
Stokholm Circus (18)
Berlin Astra (19)
Munich Backstage (21)
Milan Alcatraz (22)
Cologne E Werk (24)
Hamburg Grosse Freiheit (25)
Paris Olympia (27)
Brussells Ancienne Belgique (28)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (11, 12)
Manchester Apollo (14)
Hull Arena (16)
Glasgow SECC (18)
Nottingham Arena (21)
Plymouth Pavilion (23)
Cheltenham Centaur (24)
Brighton Centre (25)
Bournemouth International Centre (27)
Cardiff International Arena (28)
Coventry Ricoh Arena (29)
London Alexandra Palace (November 3)


Tickets go on sale on Friday December 3 at 9am. To check the availability of The Specials tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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