Seven dates, North and South, this November...
Having impressed at their Jameson St. Patricks Live gig back in March, and put on a very fine show at Bestival last week, Bombay Bicycle Club have decided to go the whole hog and tour the country properly.
The Crouch End quartet play seven dates around the island this November. They're also currently working away on their fourth LP, due out early next year.
Here are the live details:
NOVEMBER 20 – DOLAN’S LIMERICK
NOVEMBER 21 – INEC KILLARNEY
NOVEMBER 22 – THE FORUM WATERFORD
NOVEMBER 23 – THE SET THEATRE KILKENNY
NOVEMBER 25 – THE ACADEMY DUBLIN
NOVEMBER 26 – THE LIMELIGHT 2 BELFAST
NOVEMBER 27 – THE NERVE CENTRE DERRY
Ticket go on sale this Friday, September 13, from usual outlets.
NOTE: The Academy, INEC, Forum Waterford, and Nerve Centre gigs are over-age performances.
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