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Bombay Bicycle Club have announced some new UK headline shows - their first in four years

The recently reformed four-piece will play a pair of 'intimate' club dates in warm up for their headline set at Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire on 2nd August.
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Published: 6:10 pm, June 03, 2019
Bombay Bicycle Club have announced some new UK headline shows - their first in four years

Bombay Bicycle Club have announced some new UK headline shows - their first in four years.

The recently reformed four-piece will play a pair of 'intimate' club dates in warm up for their headline set at Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire on 2nd August.

They'll kick off at Sheffield Leadmill on 26th July, before playing Cambridge Junction a day later. Pre-sales for the two shows begin tomorrow morning (4th June) at 9am.

The band's forthcoming UK and Irish live dates now read:

July
26 Sheffield, Leadmill
27 Cambridge, Junction

August
2 Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire
3 Cork, Opera House
4 All Together Now Festival, Waterford, Ireland

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