Doves tour the UK – Ticket News

Tickets for Lovebox Weekender and Primavera Sound also available

Doves tour the UK – Ticket News
Tickets for Doves' forthcoming UK and Irish tour are available now.

As was reported on NME.COM, the band will be on the road throughout April and May, following the release of their fourth album 'Kingdom Of Rust' on April 6.

After a short series of dates in March, the band will kick off the post-album release tour at Cambridge Corn Exchange on April 15.

The 17-date jaunt will then follow on to the likes of Birmingham, Edinburgh and Newcastle before culminating at Bristol O2 Academy on May 7.

For more tickets and information, head over to [url=|artist=DOVES&n|artist=null&resultsperpage=20&filler3=id1nme ]NME.COM/tickets[/url].

Tickets for Lovebox Weekender are also available.

The event will take place at London Victoria Park between July 18-19, and will be headlined on the first evening by Duran Duran.

For tickets go to NME.COM/tickets.

Tickets for Primavera Sound are also on sale now.

The Spanish festival will take place at Barcelona's Parc Del Forum between May 28-30.

For tickets visit [url=|artist=PRIMAVERA+SOUND+2009&n|artist=null&resultsperpage=20&filler3=id1nme ]NME.COM/tickets[/url].

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