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The London band will play the 20,000 capacity venue in May 2013

Tickets for The Vaccines' show at London's O2 Arena onsale today

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Tickets for The Vaccines' show at London's O2 Arena go onsale today (September 21) at 9am (BST).

The band, who released their second studio album 'The Vaccines Come Of Age' at the start of last week, will play the 20,000 capacity on May 2 in 2013.

The Vaccines will also tour in November, playing 12 dates on the jaunt, which starts with a show at Plymouth Pavilions on November 15 and finishes with a gig at O2 Academy Bournemouth on November 30.

The run of shows also includes dates in Leicester, Manchester, Liverpool, two nights in Glasgow, Cardiff, Doncaster, Newcastle, Birmingham and the band's biggest headline gig to date at London's Alexandra Palace.

To read a new interview with The Vaccines, in which they open up about 'The Vaccines Come Of Age', pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally.

The Vaccines will play:

Plymouth Pavilions (November 15)
Cardiff University (16)
London Alexandra Palace (17)
Leicester De Montfort Hall (19)
O2 Apollo Manchester (21)
Liverpool Mountford Hall (22)
Doncaster Dome (23)
O2 Academy Glasgow (25, 26)
O2 Academy Newcastle (27)
O2 Academy Birmingham (29)
O2 Academy Bournemouth (30)
London O2 Arena (May 2 2013)


To check the availability of The Vaccines tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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