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April 2020
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Petrol Girls have unveiled a headline tour for September

There will be a limited amount of £5 tickets available.
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Published: 10:20 am, July 03, 2019
Petrol Girls have unveiled a headline tour for September

Petrol Girls have unveiled a headline tour for autumn.

The band will hit the road in support of their new album ‘Cut & Stitch’, released earlier this year, from 14th September.

They comment: “We’re super excited to finally be doing a short UK headline run this September, to celebrate the release of our new album ‘Cut & Stitch’. So far, people have been really sweet and positive towards the new songs and we’re really excited to play them live.

“There will be a limited amount of £5,- cheap tickets during the first two weeks of pre-sale which are explicitly aimed at folks that simply can’t afford to pay more to get into a show, but still want to come out and have a good time.”

The dates are as follows:

SEPTEMBER
14 London, Tufnell Park Dome - Loud Women Festival
15 Norwich, The Waterfront Studio
17 Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
18 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's
19 Birmingham, Flapper
20 Bristol, Exchange
21 Southampton, The Joiners

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