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Fontaines D.C. are headlining London's O2 Brixton Academy next February for their biggest headline show to date

After a run of sold out tours, they're going for the big one.
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Published: 9:33 am, July 30, 2019
Fontaines D.C. are headlining London's O2 Brixton Academy next February for their biggest headline show to date

Fontaines D.C. have announced plans for a huge London show next year.

With a run of totally sold out live dates both behind and ahead of them - including a UK and Irish run in November and December - they've now added their biggest headline show to date for 2020, at the capital's Ow Brixton Academy.

Taking place on Tuesday, 25th February, tickets will go on sale via O2 pre-sale on 31st July at 9am, with general sale from 2nd August at 9am.

It all follows on from the release of their debut album, 'Dogrel', which debuted at #9 in the Official UK Album Chart on release, and landed them a Mercury Prize nomination last week.

You can find all the details for the new show in the poster below.

Fontaines D.C. are headlining London's O2 Brixton Academy next February for their biggest headline show to date

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