November 10, 2008 15:28

Ultravox reunite for 2009 tour

All four members to come together for dates

Ultravox reunite for 2009 tour
Ultravox are set to head out on a reunion tour next year.

The band, who had a massive worldwide hit with 'Vienna' in 1981, will hit the road in April.

According to the Ultravox website all four members of the 80s line-up, Midge Ure, Chris Cross, Warren Cann and Billy Currie, will perform on the 14-date gig run.

They will be the band's first shows together since Live Aid in 1985.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (November 11) morning at 9am to Live Nation members and will be available to the public on Wednesday (November 12).

Ultravox will play the following dates:

Edinburgh Playhouse (April 10)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (11)
Newcastle City Hall (13)
Manchester Apollo (14)
Sheffield City Hall (15)
Birmingham Symphony Hall (17)
Bristol Colston Hall (18)
Cardiff St. David's Hall (20)
Nottingham Royal Theatre (21)
Brighton Dome (23)
London Hammersmith Apollo (24)
Bournemouth International centre (26)
Plymouth Pavillion (27)
Portsmouth Guildhall (28)


To check the availability of Ultravoxtickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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