Wire announce plans for UK tour later this year – ticket details

The trio start a 15-date run this November

Wire announce plans for UK tour later this year – ticket details
Wire have announced plans for their second 2011 tour of the UK.

Colin Newman, Graham Lewis and Robert Grey of the cult art-punk band will be joined by live guitarist Matt Simms for the tour, which kicks off in Birmingham on November 15. The tour follows the release of their 2011 album 'Red Barked Tree'.

A live album recorded at one of the shows from their earlier jaunt will be released to support the tour. More details of the album will be revealed later in the year. The album will only be available from merch stalls at the venues during the tour. When the tour has finished the album will be released to shops and sold online.

Support comes from Talk Normal.

Wire will play:

Birmingham HMV Institute (November 15)
Manchester Academy 3 (16)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (17)
Glasgow The Arches (18)
Newcastle O2 Academy 2 (19)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (20)
Brighton Concorde 2 (22)
London XOYO (23)
Liverpool O2 Academy 2 (25)
Dublin Whelans (26)
Bristol Thekla (29)
Exeter Phoenix (30)
Cardiff The Globe (December 1)
Oxford O2 Academy 2 (2)
Sheffield The Plug (3)

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

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