July 26, 2010 10:56

Mercury Prize-nominated Villagers announce UK tour and ticket details

Band set to hit the road in October after festivals and 'tunnel' gigs

Mercury Prize-nominated Villagers announce UK tour and ticket details
Villagers have announced details of a UK tour.

The band, who who were nominated for the 2010 Barclaycard Mercury Prize last week (July 20) for debut album 'Becoming A Jackal', will hit the road in October.

The full tour will follow shows in the tunnels under the Old Vic theatre in London on August 4 and 5, as well playing the Reading And Leeds Festivals (August 27-29).

The October dates are:

Brighton Ballroom (October 4)
London Scala (5)
Oxford O2 Academy 2 (6)
Lancaster Library (8)
Sheffield The Plug (9)

To check the availability of Villagers tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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