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Foals To Make Live At The Marquee Debut In July

Thursday, 11 February 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

Foals will make their debut at Cork's Live At The Marquee this July.

The Oxford five-piece will headline the event on July 5, with tickets going on sale at 9.00am on February 18. Meanwhile, Irish indie-rock troupe, the Coronas, have also been confirmed to appear, for two nights, on June 24 and 25 and the Corrs will headline on June 9.

Foals kicked off their UK and Ireland tour in Dublin last night. They still have shows left in Glasgow, Manchester, London, Birmingham and Leeds. 

Foals Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Fri February 12 2016 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Sat February 13 2016 - MANCHESTER Arena
Tue February 16 2016 - LONDON SSE Arena Wembley
Fri February 19 2016 - BIRMINGHAM Barclaycard Arena
Sat February 20 2016 - LEEDS first direct Arena
Tue July 05 2016 - CORK Live at the Marquee

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