Top Tours This Week: Liam Fray, Epica, Extreme, Bury Tomorrow, Black Country Communion, Rae Morris and more…

The Courteeners frontman Liam Fray has announced an autumn acoustic tour, while Dutch symphonic metallers Epica will return for shows in the UK and Ireland next spring. Following their appearance at Ramblin’ Man Fair last weekend, Extreme will head back to the UK in December and Black Country Communion are set to return at the start of 2018. The Raven Age, Bury Tomorrow, Knucklepuck, Rae Morris and Kele Okereke have all confirmed nationwide tours.

Liam Fray

The Courteeners frontman will call in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Bristol, Portsmouth, Wolverhampton, London, Sheffield, Liverpool, Wrexham and Leeds prior to two nights at the Albert Hall in Manchester this autumn.
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Epica have announced a UK and Ireland headline tour for next spring.
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The rockers will follow December dates in Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham and Bristol with a night at the O2 Academy Brixton in London. Dan Reed Network will open.
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Bury Tomorrow

Bury Tomorrow have announced a wide-ranging autumn UK run dubbed the Stage Invasion tour.
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Black Country Communion

The group, which features vocalist Glenn Hughes, guitarist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham and keyboardist Derek Sherinian, will release their new album ‘BCCIV’ on September 22 prior to two exclusive concerts at Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall and London’s Eventim Apollo in January.
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Rae Morris

The singer’s first full UK tour in almost 18 months will feature stops in Norwich, Nottingham, Salisbury, Leeds and London, where she’ll play the Islington Assembly Hall, towards the end of September.
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Tickets are on sale at 10am on August 4, prices start at £12.00/£13.00 plus fees.

Also announced this week, so far

Arcade Fire, The Raven Age, Knuckle Puck, Black Star Riders, Sam Brookes, Kele Okereke, Gaz Brookfield, Charlotte Carpenter, Tycho, SG Lewis, Stephen Kellogg, Jamie Lenman, AJ Tracey, The Winter Passing, Tom Clarke, Trombone Shorty, Fink, Public Service Broadcasting, Peaness, Left Lane Cruiser, CJ Ramone, Pond, Imelda May, The Orwells, Jesus And His Judgemental Father, Fresh, Rob Brydon, Milestones, The Gospel Youth, Husky Loops, Chelou, Hunter and the Bear, Richard Dawson, Kioko, Akon, Weaves, Kobra and the Lotus, Watain and more!

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