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Cast Extend Autumn UK Tour Due To Public Demand & Ticket Details

Thursday, 08 July 2010 Written by Nigel Sachdev
Cast Extend Autumn UK Tour Due To Public Demand & Ticket Details

After announcing to the world they were reforming earlier this month and originally confirming four UK tour dates, Cast have announced a further eight dates to their All Change 15th Anniversary tour due to popular demand. The band will also play a second homecoming show at Liverpool's O2 Academy after their first dates in Liverpool and London sold out immediately.

To celebrate 15 years since their breakthrough debut 'All Change' Cast, John Power, Liam "Skin" Tyson, Peter Wilkinson and Keith O Neill, have decided to play out the record in full among their other hits and Cast songs.

Marking the first time Cast have performed together since 2001, frontman John Powers said on the reforming and the tour: "I have been stopped in the street. People have heard news of the shows and are buzzing. As a band we are totally excited to get on stage and play to the fans."

'All Change', Cast's debut LP was released 15 years ago and went on to be the fastest selling debut record on the Polydor label. It went on to sell over a million records worldwide and began the bands successful career. Cast have had 10 top 10 singles and released 4 studio albums.

Cast Autumn UK Tour Dates are as follows:

Wed 24 Nov - Newcastle O2 Academy
Thu 25 Nov - Birmingham O2 Academy
Fri 26 Nov - Manchester Academy (Onsale Now)
Sat 27 Nov - Glasgow O2 Abc (Onsale Now)
Mon 29 Nov - Liverpool O2 Academy (Sold Out)
Tue 30 Nov - Liverpool O2 Academy
Wed 01 Dec - Leeds O2 Academy
Fri 03 Dec - London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (Sold Out)
Sat 04 Dec - London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Sun 05 Dec - Oxford O2 Academy
Tue 07 Dec - Leamington Spa Assembley
Wed 08 Dec - Bristol O2 Academy

Tickets for Cast's newly announced tour dates are on sale Friday 9th July at 9am.

Click here to Order Cast Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

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