Jake Bugg and Albert Hammond Jr tickets to go on sale tomorrow (October 25)

Warpaint, Vampire Weekend, The Courteeners and Two Door Cinema Club tickets still available

Jake Bugg and Albert Hammond Jr tickets to go on sale tomorrow (October 25)

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Tickets to see Albert Hammond Jr, Jake Bugg and The Courteeners are all set to go on sale tomorrow morning (October 25).

The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr will arrive in the UK this December and will play five shows on the tour, including gigs in Brighton, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds and London. Starting in Brighton on December 5, the tour will conclude in London at XOYO on December 10. Tickets for all dates will be available here from 9am.

Meanwhile, tickets for Jake Bugg's first dates of 2014 will also be available. The Nottingham born singer-songwriter, who releases new album 'Shangri-La' in November, will play four dates in February –including a night at London's Royal Albert Hall on February 21. Dates in Manchester, Edinburgh and Newcastle have also been announced.

Tickets for The Courteeners' December tour dates, including a homecoming gig at Manchester's Phones4U Arena will also be available here from tomorrow morning alongside the chance to get Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip tickets for their upcoming UK tour.

In addition to these new on-sales, there are still tickets available to see Peace, Warpaint, Deap Vally, White Lies, Two Door Cinema Club, Sigur Ros, Vampire Weekend, Dutch Uncles, Parquet Courts and Sam Smith. Tickets to catch Cerebral Ballzy and The Amazing Snakeheads on the Monster NME Radar Tour are also available.

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