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September 2019
On the road

The Libertines have extended their upcoming Christmas tour with three new shows

They’ve additional nights in Glasgow, Birmingham and London.
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Published: 10:53 am, June 28, 2019
The Libertines have extended their upcoming Christmas tour with three new shows

The Libertines have extended their upcoming Christmas tour.

Their first headline run in over two years, the band will play some UK shows in December, following a European stint that takes them through November.

In addition to the original batch of shows, they’ll now also play extra nights at the Glasgow Garage (8th December), the O2 Academy Birmingham (15th December) and Brixton’s O2 Academy (19th December).

The details are:

DECEMBER
03 Bournemouth O2 Academy
04 Leeds O2 Academy
06 Dundee Caird Hall
07 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
08 Glasgow Garage
10 Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
12 Nottingham Rock City
14 Birmingham O2 Academy
15 Birmingham O2 Academy
16 Bristol O2 Academy
18 London O2 Academy Brixton
19 London O2 Academy Brixton

The Libertines’ bar and recording studio at The Albion Rooms in Margate open on the 16th August, too.

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