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Foals have confirmed the full details for their 2020 UK tour

They'll hit the road from next April for a run of big shows.
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Published: 1:03 pm, October 14, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Foals have confirmed the full details for their 2020 UK tour

Foals have confirmed the full details for their 2020 UK tour.

The band will kick off the run on 29th April at Edinburgh's Usher Hall, before playing shows at London's Olympia, Blackpool Empress Ballroom and Birmingham Arena. They'll then reconvene on 10th July for a huge show at Cardiff Castle.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday 25th October at 9.30am.

The news comes as the band prepare to drop their new album, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 2', which arrives this Friday, 18th October. You can read more from the band in the new issue of Dork - order a copy below.

The dates in full read:

April
29 Edinburgh Usher Hall

May
2 London Olympia
6 Blackpool Empress Ballroom
9 Birmingham Arena

July
10 Cardiff Castle

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