O2 Priority Tickets available for Chvrches, Jamie T and Foxes

Pre-sales for live dates start tomorrow (August 13)

O2 Priority Tickets available for Chvrches, Jamie T and Foxes

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O2 Priority Tickets will be available for upcoming tours from Chvrches, Jamie T and Foxes from tomorrow (August 13) morning.

In addition, tickets to see tours and gigs by Paul Rodgers, Billy Idol and The Wailers will also be available.

Chvrches play their final tour of 2014 in October and November. The band will embark on the five-date run from October 30, with a gig at O2 Academy Brixton. They will then visit Liverpool, Glasgow and Edinburgh before concluding in Manchester on November 6. Lizzo supports on all dates.

Chvrches will play:

London, O2 Academy Brixton (October 30)
Liverpool, Camp & Furnace (November 1)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (3)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (5)
Manchester, Academy (6)

O2 Priority Tickets for Chvrches are available from 9am on August 13.

Meanwhile, Jamie T has announced details of his biggest UK tour since his comeback began earlier this year. The London-based singer will tour in November in support of new album 'Carry On The Grudge', which is due for release in September.

Jamie T will play:

Bristol, O2 Academy (October 30)
Southampton, O2 Guildhall (31)
Norwich, UEA (November 1)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (3)
Nottingham, Rock City (4)
Manchester, Academy (7)
Leeds, O2 Academy (8)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (10)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (13)
London, Alexandra Palace (14)

O2 Priority Tickets for Jamie T are available from 9am on August 13.

Foxes will play a one-off headline London date at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on December 9.

O2 Priority Tickets for Foxes are available from 9am on August 13.

Meanwhile, Paul Rodgers will perform at London's Royal Albert Hall on November 3.

O2 Priority Tickets for Paul Rodgers are available from 9am on August 13.

Billy Idol has announced a three-date tour in November, taking in gigs in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

O2 Priority Tickets for Billy Idol are available from 9am on August 13.

Finally, The Wailers will perform their album 'Legend' in full across the country throughout November, culminating in a London gig on November 10 at indigo at The O2.

O2 Priority Tickets for The Wailers are available from 9am on August 13.

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