Courteeners have announced details of a major UK tour which will take place later this year.
The Manchester five-piece will headline shows throughout November and December, appearing at several arenas in cities such as Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle and Hull. The band are also due to play at Brixton Academy in what will be their fifth headline appearance at the venue.
Playing Reading and Leeds festival this weekend, Courteeners are also due to headline Neighbourhood Festival and Truck Festival before the end of the summer.
Courteeners are delighted to announce a huge UK winter tour incl arena shows in Leeds,Liverpool,Glasgow,Newcastle,Hull+London @O2academybrix.Special guest @GerryCinnamon(ex-26/11)+@thisiszuzu. Pre-sale 9am 29/8 https://t.co/5pdxXkL27M General sale 9am 31/8 https://t.co/sUxom4Uek4 pic.twitter.com/JOwIyXRSVE
— Courteeners (@thecourteeners) August 23, 2018
Tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am on August 31 here. The band will be supported by Gerry Cinnamon and Zuzu.
The tour dates are as follows:
Thursday 15th November Stoke Victoria Hall
Friday 16th November Birmingham O2 Academy
Saturday 17th November Leeds First Direct Arena
Monday 19th November Nottingham Rock City
Tuesday 20th November Leicester O2 Academy
Thursday 22nd November Llandudno Venue Cymru
Friday 23rd November Newcastle Metro Arena
Saturday 24th November Glasgow SSE Arena
Monday 26th November Southampton O2 Guildhall
Tuesday 27th November Bristol O2 Academy
Thursday 29th November Hull Venue
Friday 30th November Liverpool Echo Arena
Saturday 1st December London O2 Brixton Academy
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut ‘St. Jude’, a re-worked version of the album was released earlier this year.
As part of the celebrations, the band played anniversary shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust and Manchester Arena.
Speaking about their anniversary to NME earlier this year, frontman Liam Fray said: “We’ve not been exterminated yet, we’re still here… it just feels like we’ve almost been given a second chance by people.”