The Ordinary Boys extend UK tour

Preston and co. in demand

The Ordinary Boys have extended their forthcoming UK and Irish tour due to massive demand.

The band, whose frontman Preston came fourth in the recent ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ reality TV show, had already announced they would follow their sold-out ShockWaves NME Awards Show in February in London with more dates the following month.

As well as the seven shows originally announced, there are now Irish dates in March, and a whole new batch of dates in April.


The tour now visits:

Dublin Ambassador (March 16)

Belfast Mandela Hall (17)

Glasgow Barrowlands (19)

Manchester Academy (20)

Nottingham Rock City (21)


Leeds University (23)

Bournemouth Solent (24)

London Brixton Academy (25)

Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall (26)

Brighton Dome (April 21)

Birmingham Carling Academy (22)

Liverpool University (23)

Edinburgh Corn Exchange (25)

Newcastle Carling Academy (26)

Norwich UEA (27)

Bristol Carling Academy (29)

Cardiff University (30)

Exeter University (May 1)


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