September 21, 2010 13:45

The Vaccines announce debut UK tour and ticket details

Hotly-tipped Londoners set to play first nationwide shows

The Vaccines announce debut UK tour and ticket details
New band The Vaccines have announced details of their first tour of the UK.

The London-based four-piece, who are featured in this week's issue of NME as the About To Break band, play dates in September, October and November. They are currently recording their first single, due for release in November.

To read the The Vaccines' first ever interview, get this week’s issue of NME (on UK newsstands now or available digitally worldwide right now).

Listen to a demo of The Vaccines' track 'If You Wanna' by scrolling down now.

The Vaccines play:

Sheffield The Forum (September 30)
Bath Moles (October 1)
London The Flowerpot (7)
Bristol Louisiana (22)
Cardiff Dempseys Bar (NME Radar Live Night at Swn Festival) (23)
Leicester Lock 42 (26)
Cambridge Haymakers (27)
London Corsica Studios (November 4)
Manchester St Philip’s Church (5)
Lancaster The Library (6)
Sheffield The Harley (7)
Glasgow Captain's Rest (8)
Middlesbrough Westgarth (10)
York Stereo (11)
Birmingham The Institute (12)
Southampton The Unit (13)
Leeds The University (14)
Brighton Audio (15)
London Madam Jo Jos (30)


Tickets for the gigs are on sale now.

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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