Girl Band reveal June UK tour dates

The band will play seven British dates in June

Girl Band reveal June UK tour dates

Photo: Press

Girl Band have announced a string of UK tour dates.

The Irish band will play a series of live shows in Britain in June. Starting in Sheffield at The Bell Jar on June 3, the band will then play gigs in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester and Cambridge before arriving in London on June 11 for a gig at The Shacklewell Arms in Dalston. Scroll down for ticket details.

Girl Band recently appeared in NME's Radar section (February 8) while new song 'Lawman' is available to download for free now. Scroll down to hear the track and get ticket details for the June dates.

Girl Band will be playing the following shows:

Sheffield, The Bell Jar (June 3)
Glasgow, Bloc (4)
Edinburgh, Electric Circus (5)
Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall, (6)
Leicester, The Cookie Jar (9)
Cambridge, The Portland Arms (10)
London, The Shacklewell Arms (11)


To check the availability of Girl Band tickets and get all the latest listings, head to https://www.NME.COM/tickets.




Read More On This Artist

More News
Skrillex unveils video for 'Fuck That' - watch
Blink-182's Tom DeLonge: 'Condoning streaming is like condoning killing elephants'
Smashing Pumpkins share new song 'Drum + Fife' - listen
'Sleater-Kinney 2.0 is breaking the rules' say reunited band
Sky Ferreira discusses working with Primal Scream
As Andy Bell reforms Ride, his other band Hurricane #1 return without him
Tame Impala's new record will be 'less rock and more electronic'
Interpol cancel another show, but make it to hotel after 60 hours on tour bus trapped in snow
X Factor overtakes Band Aid as favourite for Christmas Number One
New Beyoncé tracks '7/11' and 'Ring Off' revealed – listen
Wilko Johnson discusses cancer recovery: 'I shouldn't be here at all'
Dave Grohl on Arctic Monkeys: 'Please don't let them self-destruct'
House of Lords votes to make changes to online secondary ticketing
Noel Gallagher on Russell Brand: 'His revolution might be as short-lived as his acting...
Singer Ty Herndon comes out, making him the first openly gay country chart-topper
The Vaccines say they have something 'coming soon' in cryptic Facebook update
Morrissey leaves Warsaw stage after being heckled by fan – watch
Biffy Clyro promise their Relentless Live gig will be 'spicy'
Iggy Azalea hits back at Eminem rape lyrics: 'Women in music have bigger balls'
AC/DC: 'We are going to go on tour. Nothing is going to stop us'
Marilyn Manson denies involvement in Lana Del Rey 'rape' video
Full length version of Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' demo revealed – listen

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM