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Black Veil Brides Confirm Biggest UK Tour To Date For Spring 2012 & Tickets

Friday, 18 November 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
Black Veil Brides Confirm Biggest UK Tour To Date For Spring 2012 & Tickets

Black Veil Brides, have announced their biggest UK tour to date, including their first ever Irish dates, in March 2012. Special guests will be D.R.U.G.S with another act still to be announced.

Additionally, the band have just confirmed they’ll be releasing a new single 'Fallen Angels' on Monday 9th January through Island Records.
 
Black Veil Brides UK Tour Dates are as follows:

March 2012

Mar 24th – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Mar 25th – Belfast Mandela Hall
Mar 26th – Dublin Academy
Mar 27th – Glasgow Barrowlands
Mar 28th – Edinburgh Picturehouse
Mar 29th – Leeds 02 Academy
Mar 30th – London 02 Academy Brixton

April 2012

Apr 1st – Bristol 02 Academy

Original tickets for the postponed Wolverhampton and Bristol dates remain valid.
 
Black Veil Brides Tickets go onsale from 9am on Wednesday 23rd November and are priced at £17.50 in London, 22€ in Dublin and £15 at all other venues.

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