Suede to play first three albums in full in London – ticket details

Band to run through 'Suede', 'Dog Man Star' and 'Coming Up'

Suede are set to play their first three albums in full across three gigs in London in May.

The band will play the O2 Academy Brixton on May 19, 20 and 21, running through one of the albums in its entirety on each night.

On May 19 they will play the whole of their 1993 self-titled debut, followed by 1994’s ‘Dog Man Star’ on May 20 and 1996’s ‘Coming Up’ on May 21.


The shows will be the second time the band have played a series of album retrospectives. In 2003 they played each of their five albums over five nights at London‘s ICA.

The band had previously hinted that they may not return after their 2010 reunion shows, but they have also recently confirmed that they will play Spain’s SOS 4.8 festival in May and have been unveiled as part of the Coachella festival line-up in California.

Tickets for the London shows go on sale next Friday (January 28) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Suede tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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