Snow Patrol Add Irish Dates To Tour
Snow Patrol have just finished up a mini tour of Ireland but have already announced more gigs!
The band released Wildness, their first album in seven years, on Friday and have now planned a larger tour following up on their gigs in venues such as Cork Opera House, the INEC and The Olympia.
Gary Lightbody and co. will play eight gigs across Ireland and the UK over December and January. They will take to the stage at Belfast's SSE Arena on December 7th and Dublin's 3Arena on December 11th. They will also play dates in Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Manchester and Glasgow.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale on Friday June 8th at 9am through usual outlets.
Very pleased to announce the Wildness Tour, coming to UK and Ireland later this year. General tickets go on sale 8th June at 9amBST. More tour dates to be announced. For pre-sale access info, visit: https://t.co/eMEyN7VYEd pic.twitter.com/hyN8EMLuu5— Snow Patrol (@snowpatrol) May 29, 2018
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