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Fontaines D.C. have announced a bloody huge UK headline tour for May 2021

In support of incoming new album ‘A Hero’s Death’, the run will include their biggest headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace
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Published: 10:22 am, June 26, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Pooneh Ghana.
Fontaines D.C. have announced a bloody huge UK headline tour for May 2021

Pssst… Dear Reader, Fontaines D.C. have announced details of a bumper UK headline tour for 2021 and let’s just say… it’s gonna be ‘Big’

Kicking off in Manchester on May 7th, the run will see the Irish favourites call into Leicester, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Cambridge, Sheffield, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Bournemouth and Southampton before a bloody massive night at London’s Alexandra Palace on May 27th (their biggest headline show to date)

Fontaines D.C. have also announced that a number of free tickets for each show will be made available to NHS Staff and Key Workers - saluting the amazing work they’ve been doing during *these times*. These will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis, with those wishing to apply for the offer encouraged to email this address with their profession and show of their choosing before 5pm on Tuesday 30th June. General sale tickets for the headline run will be on-sale from 9am on Wednesday 1st July

The bumper run will come in support of Fontaines D.C.’s second album ‘A Hero’s Death’ - set for release on July 31st

Fontaines D.C. will play:

MAY
07 MANCHESTER Academy
10 LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
11 LEEDS O2 Academy
12 NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall
14 GLASGOW Barrowlands
17 CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
18 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy
20 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
21 CARDIFF Great Hall
22 BRISTOL O2 Academy
24 BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy
25 SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall
27 LONDON Alexandra Palace

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