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Waterparks have extended their UK tour with extra nights in London and Manchester

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Published: 11:21 am, September 27, 2019
Waterparks have extended their UK tour with extra nights in London and Manchester

Waterparks have extended their UK tour with extra nights in London and Manchester.

The band - who release their new album 'Fandom' on 11th October - will play shows all over Europe early next year, including nights in Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London.

The details are:

JANUARY
24 – Dublin – The Academy
25 – Belfast – Waterfront Studio
26 – Glasgow – SWG3
27 – Birmingham – Institute
29 – Manchester – Academy 2
30 - Manchester - Academy 2 (NEW SHOW)

FEBRUARY
1 – London – Electric Ballroom
2 - London - Electric Ballroom (NEW SHOW)

Tickets are on sale now.

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