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O2 Priority Tickets available for Elbow, Maroon 5 and Bombay Bicycle Club

Pre-sales for live dates start tomorrow (September 3)

O2 Priority Tickets available for Elbow, Maroon 5 and Bombay Bicycle Club

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O2 Priority Tickets are available for upcoming tours from Elbow, Bombay Bicycle Club and Maroon 5 from 9am tomorrow morning. Tickets for Bombay Bicycle Club's tour are available for presale now.

Elbow will play three homecoming gigs at Manchester O2 Apollo in February next year. The band will play the venue on February 5, 6 and 7.

O2 Priority Tickets for Elbow are available from 9am on September 3.

Maroon 5, meanwhile, will tour the UK in May and June next year. The US band will play three gigs in total in London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Maroon 5 will play:

London SSE Arena Wembley (May 26)
Birmingham LG Arena (31)
Manchester Phone 4u Arena (June 1)


O2 Priority Tickets for Maroon 5 are available from 9am on September 3.

Bombay Bicycle Club will embark on a December UK tour with Peace supporting on all dates.

The band previously announced plans to play a gig at London's Earls Court Arena on December 13, but will now play a series of shows around the country prior to that homecoming show. Starting in Leicester on December 3, the band will perform in Plymouth, Bournemouth, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Bombay Bicycle Club will play:

Leicester De Montfort Hall (December 3)
Plymouth Pavilions (4)
Bournemouth BIC Solent Hall (5)
Manchester O2 Apollo (7)
Wolverhampton, (10)
Edinburgh Usher Hall (11)
Newcastle 02 Academy (12)
London Earls Court Arena (13)


O2 Priority Tickets for Bombay Bicycle club are available from 9am on September 3.

Meanwhile, Thunder play three dates in March 2015. The hard rock band will perform live in Leeds, Birmingham and London. Reef and Tax The Heat will provide support on all dates.

O2 Priority Tickets for Thunder are available from 9am on September 3.

Netsky follows two huge performances at this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals with a pair of live dates in November. The Belgian artist will be appearing live in Bristol and Oxford on November 1 and 5 respectively.

O2 Priority Tickets for Netsky are available from 9am on September 3.

Finally, US rock band A Day To Remember tour in November. They will perform live in Portsmouth, Plymouth, Leeds, Nottingham, Sheffield and Newcastle.

O2 Priority Tickets for A Day To Remember are available from 9am on September 3.

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