O2 Priority Tickets for Father John Misty, Jeff Lynne’s ELO and The Cult will be available from tomorrow (December 9).
Jeff Lynne has added two summer dates to ELO (Electric Light Orchestra)’s upcoming UK tour due to popular demand. The band will now play Manchester Arena on June 22 and Birmingham Barclaycard Arena on June 24.
The band are touring the UK in 2016, kicking off with a gig at Liverpool Echo Arena on April 5. They will then play Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham before a four-night stint at The O2 in London between April 20 and 26. All of these dates bar one night in London sold out after going on sale earlier this year.
New album ‘Alone In The Universe’ was released in November, reaching Number Four in the UK Albums Chart.
Jeff Lynne’s ELO new dates are as follows:
Manchester, Arena (June 22)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (June 24)
O2 Priority Tickets for Jeff Lynne’s ELO are available from 9am tomorrow (December 9). Click here for O2 Priority Tickets.
Father John Misty has announced an extra London date for his UK tour in May 2016. He will now play Camden’s Roundhouse venue on May 20. A date at the same venue on May 18 has already sold out.
The US artist released his latest album ‘I Love You, Honeybear’ earlier this year and will play his biggest headline gigs to date in Britain on the tour.
Tickets for the new date go on sale at 10am on Wednesday December 9.
O2 Priority Tickets for Father John Misty are available from 10am tomorrow (December 9). Click here for O2 Priority Tickets.
Finally, The Cult tour in February and March 2016 following the release of new album ‘Hidden City’ next year.
‘Hidden City’ is the tenth studio album from The Cult, produced by Bob Rock and written by Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy. Having finished their run of dates in the US with Primal Scream, the band are poised to bring their live show to the UK and Ireland.
The Cult will play:
Bristol, Colston Hall (February 25)
Manchester, Albert Hall (February 26)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (February 27)
Nottingham, Rock City (February 29)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (March 1)
Aberdeen, Music Hall (March 3)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (March 4)
Dublin, Vicar Street (March 5)
Belfast, Mandella Hall (March 6)
Leeds, Beckett University (March 8)
Newcastle, City Hall (March 9)
Norwich, UEA (March 10)
This article first featured on nme.com
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