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Slaves will head out for 11 dates throughout November following the release of debut album ‘Are You Satisfied?’ on June 1 and a packed festival schedule.
Slaves will play:
Bristol, Anson Rooms (November 14)
Cardiff, Student Union (15)
Portsmouth, Pyramid (16)
Norwich, Waterfront (18)
Glasgow, O2 ABC (19)
Newcastle, University (20)
Manchester, Ritz (20)
Leeds, Becketts Student Union (20)
Liverpool, O2 Academy 2 (24)
Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall (25)
London, Forum (27)
Bullet For My Valentine, meanwhile, tour this autumn following the release of new album ‘Venom’ in August. The metal band have recently recruited a new bassist in the shape of Jamie Mathias and will play gigs in Guildford, Stoke, Belfast, Carlisle and Leicester among others on the lengthy jaunt.
Bullet For my Valentine will play:
Belfast, Ulster Hall (September 28)
Dublin, Olympia (September 29)
Bournemouth, Academy (October 1)
Reading, Hexagon (October 2)
Guildford, G Live (October 3)
Aylesbury, Waterside (October 5)
Stoke, Victoria Hall (October 6)
Lincoln, Engine Shed (October 7)
York, Barbican (October 9)
Aberdeen, Music Hall (October 10)
Dunfermline, Alhambra (October 11)
Middlesbrough, Empire (October 13)
Carlisle, Sands (October 14)
Leicester, Academy (October 16)
Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion (October 17)
Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (October 18)
Swansea, Brangwyn Hall (October 20)
Southampton, Guildhall (October 21)
Ipswich, Regent Corn Exchange (October 22)
Meanwhile, Wet Wet Wet will embark on an arena tour in February 2016. The run of live dates begins in Rhyl on February 21 and will culminate on March 14 at Inverness Leisure Centre , taking in a night at London’s O2 Arena (March 6) along the way.
Finally, French electro swing band Caravan Palace will be in the UK for a series of headline dates in December. The Paris based band will play gigs in Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton, London and Norwich.
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