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The View Announce London Show This Weekend!

Thursday, 25 November 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
The View Announce London Show This Weekend!

Following on from free download track ‘Sunday’ and the already announced UK tour, The View have confirmed details of a one-off London show to take place at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club on Saturday 27th November. The show is also set to be filmed with footage from the show being featured in a future video.

The band have been road-testing new songs for their as-yet-untitled third album – due for release early next year - whilst on the road, as well as asking fans to vote for which of their old songs they want to play via their website www.theviewareonfire.com

The remaining dates of The View's UK tour are as follows:

Thursday 25th November – Tunbridge Wells Forum
Friday 26th November – Oxford Academy 2
Monday 29th November – Exeter Cavern
Tuesday 30th November – Yeovil Orange Box
Wednesday 1st December – Bournemouth Academy 2
Thursday 2nd December – Swansea Sin City
Saturday 4th December – Hemel Hempstead JJs
Sunday 5th December – Peterborough Met Lounge
Monday 6th December – Norwich Arts Centre
Tuesday 7th December – Derby The Venue
Thursday 9th December – Sheffield University Fuzz Club
Friday 10th December – Stoke Sugarmill
Saturday 11th December – York Duchess
Sunday 12th December – Liverpool Kazimier
Monday 13th December – Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
Wednesday 15th December – Hull Welly
Thursday 16th December – Hartlepool Jax Bar
Friday 17th December – Carlisle Brickyard
Saturday 18th December – Dunfermline Velocity

Tickets For The View's Current UK Tour are onsale now.

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