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O2 Priority Tickets for upcoming gigs from Of Monsters and Men, Status Quo and Dappy are on sale now.
Of Monsters And Men The band are scheduled to release their new album ‘Beneath The Skin’ on June 8, and will promote the record with seven UK dates in November.
‘Beneath The Skin’ was co-produced by the band and Rich Costey (Muse, Death Cab For Cutie, Foster The People) between studios in Iceland and Los Angeles. First single ‘Crystals’ was unveiled last month.
Of Monsters And Men will play:
Manchester Academy (October 18)
Birmingham O2 Academy (October 19)
Bristol O2 Academy (October 20)
Dublin Olympia Theatre (October 22)
Glasgow Barrowland (October 23)
London O2 Academy Brixton (October 24)
Newcastle O2 Academy (October 26)
Sheffield O2 Academy (October 27)
Status Quo, meanwhile, have announced details of a forthcoming Accept No Substitute UK Tour which kicks off in November and continues into December. They will be supported by The Wilko Johnson Band with Dylan Howe and Normal Watt-Roy (all venues except Blackpool and Manchester).
The band will kick off the tour in Blackpool on November 28 before playing dates in Manchester, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Brighton and London.
Status Quo will play:
Blackpool, Empress Ballroom (November 28)
Manchester, Palace Theatre (November 29)
Liverpool, Echo 2 (December 1)
Aberdeen, E & CC (December 2)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro (December 4)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (December 5)
Sheffield, Motor Point Arena (December 7)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 8)
Bournemouth, International Centre (December 10)
Brighton, Centre (December 11)
London, O2 Arena (December 13)
Status Quo tickets are on sale now.
Finally, Dappy tours October following the release of new album ‘Miracles’ later this year. The former N-Dubz member will play gigs in Glasgow, Newcastle, London, Birmingham and Oxford on the tour.
Tickets for Dappy are on sale now.
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