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April 2020
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Primal Scream have unveiled a lengthy new UK and Ireland headline tour

The run includes a hometown finale at Glasgow’s Barrowlands.
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Published: 11:12 am, June 03, 2019
Primal Scream have unveiled a lengthy new UK and Ireland headline tour

Primal Scream have announced a new UK and Ireland headline tour.

The lengthy run will kick off on 19th November, and keep the band on the road for a month - including a night at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town, and a hometown finale at Glasgow’s Barrowlands.

The details are:

NOVEMBER
19 Oxford, O2 Academy
20 Southampton, Guildhall
21 Brighton, Dome
23 Cardiff, Great Hall
24 Liverpool, O2 Academy
26 Manchester, Albert Hall
27 Norwich, UEA
29 London, O2 Forum Kentish Town

DECEMBER
1 Coventry, Empire
3 Nottingham, Rock City
4 Hull, University – Asylum
6 Leeds, O2 Academy
7 Newcastle, Boiler Shop
9 Dublin, National Stadium
10 Belfast, Ulster Hall
13 Inverness, Ironworks
14 Aberdeen, Music Hall
15 Perth, Concert Hall
17 Glasgow, Barrowlands

Tickets go on general sale from 9am on Friday, 7th June.

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