Dinosaur Pile-Up announce rescheduled UK tour dates and ticket details

Leeds group will begin the jaunt on September 18 in Norwich

Dinosaur Pile-up have announced details of their rescheduled tour of the UK.

Kicking off on September 18 at Norwich Arts Centre, the jaunt will draw to a close at Leeds Cockpit on October 27.

The Leeds group are playing in support of their debut album ‘Growing Pains’, which is due out in October.


As previously reported, the band’s Matt Bigland revealed to NME how he turned down producers who had worked with the likes of Foo Fighters, Pixies and Rage Against The Machine, opting to produce the LP himself.

All tickets for the postponed dates are valid for the upcoming gig-run, while refunds are also available.

Dinosaur Pile-up will play the following:

Norwich Arts Centre (September 18)
Stoke-On-Trent Sugar mill (October 6)
Wrexham Central Station (7)
Liverpool Masque (8)
Birmingham Hare & Hound (10)
Exeter Timepiece (11)
Bristol Cooler (12)
Brighton Coalition (13)
Southampton Joiner’s (14)
Sheffield Plug (16)
Nottingham Bodega (17)
Cambridge Haymaker (18)
London KCLSU (19)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (21)
Crewe The Box (22)
Glasgow Nice N Sleazies (24)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (25)
York Stereo (26)
Leeds The Cockpit (27)

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


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