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Mac DeMarco has announced a huge UK tour

The November run includes a show at London's Alexandra Palace.
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Published: 10:51 am, June 03, 2019
Mac DeMarco has announced a huge UK tour

Mac DeMarco is returning to the UK this November for a five date UK tour.

The run, which calls off in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Liverpool, will kick off with a massive show at London's Alexandra Palace on 21st November.

Following up on an appearance at All Points East this weekend, and with dates in Glasgow, Halifax and his own 'Mac DeMarco Will See You Now... At Dreamland, Margate' all-dayer due later this month, he'll also be playing Glastonbury's Other Stage on Friday, 28th June.

Tickets for the new dates go on sale this Friday, 7th June at 10am.

You can catch Mac DeMarco at:

November
21 London, Alexandra Palace
23 Manchester, O2 Apollo
24 Glasgow, O2 Academy
27 Birmingham, O2 Academy
28 Liverpool, Bramley Moore Dock Warehouse

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