Stereophonics are set to hit the road in November of this year, having announced a new UK tour. Ticket details below.
The 12 date tour is in support of the band's latest record Graffiti On The Train, which is their eighth studio album. Stereophonics will kick off with a date at Glasgow's Hydro Arena, on 8 November.
The tour will take in AECC in Aberdeen, Manchester Arena, Leeds Arena, Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, Nottingham's Capital FM Arena, Brighton's LG Arena, Brighton Centre, and Bournemouth's International Centre.
The band will then play two dates at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff before finishing up at London's O2 Arena on 28 November.
Stereophonics recently spoke about their plans to release a trio of albums, which only changed when rock band Green Day beat them to it.
The Stereophonics are going to play 12 arena dates around the UK in November
"You can't absorb 30 songs at once," explained frontman Kelly Jones to the Daily Star. "That's why we're giving people 45 minutes worth for now, but hopefully we'll have another album out within a year.
"We thought we'd be the first, then Green Day announced Uno, Dos and Tre," he added. "They didn't do that well but they'd have more of a chance if Billie Joe Armstrong had been around to play more concerts."
Tickets are to go on sale at 9am on Friday 22 November. For more information visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.
Full tour dates are:
November 8 – Hydro Arena, Glasgow
November 9 – AECC, Aberdeen
November 14 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
November 15 – Leeds Arena, Leeds
November 16 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
November 18 - Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
November 19 – LG Arena, Birmingham
November 21 – Brighton Centre, Brighton
November 22 – International Centre, Bournemouth
November 24 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
November 25 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
November 28 – O2 Arena, London
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