The Chemical Brothers announce three huge UK shows to close world tour

The band are playing a string of dates in December

The Chemical Brothers have announced a headline UK tour.

The dance group will play a string of dates this December in support of their sixth album ‘Born In The Echoes’.

The tour kicks off at Glasgow’s SECC on Wed 7 with further dates at Blackpool’s Empress Ballroom and London’s Eventim Apollo on the 9 and 10 respectively. Tickets go on sale this Friday (September 2).

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On Sunday, the band headlined London’s SW4 festival, on a day also featuring Carl Cox, Paul Kalkbrenner, Above & Beyond, Sven Vath, Sasha, Recondite and Booka Shade.

Last year, Chemical Brothers broke the record for the most No. 1 albums for any dance act, after ‘Born In The Echoes’ became their sixth record to top the charts.

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