Marathon tour for The Airborne Toxic Event

LA rockers play 30 shows in 30 nights

Marathon tour for The Airborne Toxic Event
The Airborne Toxic Event set out on a mammoth UK tour next month.

The rising Los Angeles rock band will play a show every day during November in what is being billed the '30 Shows In 30 Nights Tour'.

Each Tuesday during the month the band will return to London for residency shows at the Dublin Castle in Camden.

The dates coincide with the band's first UK single 'Gasoline', ahead of their album release in February. Another single, 'Sometime Around Midnight', will follow on January 26.

The Airborne Toxic Event play:

Derby The Royal (November 1)
York Fibbers (2)
Birmingham Academy (3)
London Dublin Castle (4)
Northampton Roadmenders (5)
Leicester Charlotte (6)
Aldershot West End Centre (7)
Yeovil The Orange Box (8)
Hayle Sandshifter (9)
Southampton Joiners (10)
London Dublin Castle (11)
Liverpool Academy (12)
Carlisle The Brickyard (13)
Manchester Moho Live (14)
Hull Welly (15)
Leeds Rocket (16)
Oxford Jerhico Tavern (17)
London Dublin Castle (18)
Brighton Hope (19)
Nottingham The Bodega (20)
Barrow In Furness Canteen (21)
Stoke Sugarmill (22)
Cardiff Barfly (23)
Bristol Cooler (24)
London Dublin Castle (25)
Sheffield University (26)
Preston 53 Degrees (27)
Dundee Doghouse (28)
Glasgow King Tuts (29)
Fife Greenside (30)

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

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