O2 Priority Tickets available for The National, Inspiral Carpets and The Black Keys

Presales for live dates start tomorrow (July 16)

O2 Priority Tickets available for The National, Inspiral Carpets and The Black Keys

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O2 Priority Tickets will be available for upcoming tours from The Black Keys, The National and Inspiral Carpets from tomorrow (July 16) morning.

The Black Keys will return to the UK for a run of five arena shows in February 2015. The US duo, who released their latest album 'Turn Blue' earlier this year, will kick off the tour in Manchester at the Phones 4u Arena on February 27 before playing live in Birmingham, Glasgow, London and Leeds.

The Black Keys will play:

Manchester Phones 4u Arena (February 27)
Birmingham LG Arena (28)
Glasgow SSE Hydro (March 1)
London The O2 Arena (3)
Leeds First Direct Arena (5)


O2 Priority Tickets for The Black Keys are available from 9am on July 16.

Meanwhile, The National have announced that they will perform at London's The O2 Arena on November 26. The show will be the final event of their 'Trouble Will Find Me' world tour and Wild Beasts will provide support on the night.

O2 Priority Tickets for The National are available from 9am on July 16.

Finally, Inspiral Carpets will tour the UK in December. The Manchester band have announced details of three gigs, with the first taking place at Birmingham's O2 Academy 2 on December 7, Leeds O2 Academy on December 13 and a London gig on December 18 at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.

O2 Priority Tickets for Inspiral Carpets are available from 9am on July 2.

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