September 15, 2010 18:45

You Say Party expand UK and Ireland tour - ticket details

Canadian group add a series of dates throughout December

You Say Party expand UK and Ireland tour - ticket details
You Say Party have expanded their upcoming tour of the UK and Ireland.

The band, formerly known as You Say Party! We Say Die!, have extra shows to the dates which begins in London on October 29 and now finishes in Preston on December 11.

The shows will be the group's first UK tour since the death of their drummer Devon Clifford, which prompted the band to change their name.

Meanwhile, the band will release a remix album of their 2009 LP 'XXXX' on September 21.

You Say Party will play the following:

London Barfly (October 29)
Brighton Freebutt (November 30)
Cambridge Portland Arms (December 1)
Manchester Sound Control (3)
Glasgow Captains Rest (4)
Leeds The Well (5)
Cardiff Buffalo Bar (6)
Birmingham Flapper (8)
Bristol The Tunnels (9)
Dublin The Grand Social (10)
Preston Mad Ferret (11)


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

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