Home > News & Reviews > Lanterns On The Lake

Lanterns On The Lake Announce November UK Tour

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Lanterns On The Lake will tour the UK later this year.

The Newcastle five-piece will perform in Bristol, London, Leicester, Norwich, Cambridge, Oxford, York, Edinburgh and Kendal between November 21 and 30. Tickets are on sale now, priced £12.00/£14.00 plus fees.

The band released their third album, 'Beings', in November last year.

Lanterns On The Lake Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon November 21 2016 - BRISTOL Lantern
Tue November 22 2016 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall
Wed November 23 2016 - LEICESTER O2 Academy2 Leicester
Thu November 24 2016 - NORWICH Norwich OPEN, 20 Bank Plain
Sat November 26 2016 - CAMBRIDGE Portland Arms
Sun November 27 2016 - OXFORD Bullingdon
Mon November 28 2016 - YORK Crescent
Tue November 29 2016 - EDINBURGH Caves
Wed November 30 2016 - KENDAL Brewery Arts Centre

Click here to compare & buy Lanterns On The Lake Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

Let Us Know What You Think - Leave A Comment!

Related News

Lanterns On The Lake Add Second London Date To Winter Tour Plans
Thu 19 Nov 2015
Lanterns On The Lake have added a second London date to their winter tour plans.
Lanterns On The Lake Confirm November Release For 'Beings' And UK Shows
Mon 24 Aug 2015
Lanterns on the Lake have revealed details of their new album and a series of live shows for later this year.
Lanterns On The Lake Announce Live Dates for January 2012 & Tickets
Tue 22 Nov 2011
Newcastle-based folk sextet Lanterns On The Lake have announced details of a number of new live dates in January 2012, including a show at Londonís Cargo venue on Thursday 12th January. The new dates follow the bandís current UK tour, which is due to kick-off tonight with a sold-out performance at The Lexington in London. See below for all dates and tickets.
Competition: The £100 Ticket Giveaway!
Wed 17 Jul 2019
Stereoboard.com are giving away a £100 voucher for one lucky winner in our brand new monthly competition.
Nothing Lasts Forever: Prince Daddy and the Hyena Talk 'Cosmic Thrill Seekers'
Mon 08 Jul 2019
Sometimes you just have to drop everything and do what you have to do. And right now, Kory Gregory is going to pet the dog that’s just walked by. Once he’s back on the phone, the guitarist and lead singer of Albany punk band Prince Daddy and the Hyena returns to describing the pop impulses that underpin their spectacular new record, ‘Cosmic Thrill Seekers’.
Melting Into Lunacy: Inside the Mad, Mad World of Phoxjaw
Wed 10 Jul 2019
“I had an ice-cream a minute ago. It was, like, a tiramisu. It was nice. I like choc-ices, too. I find them very silly. They remind me of my grandad.”
Bleached - Don't You Think You've Had Enough? (Album Review)
Tue 16 Jul 2019
Bleached’s return is powered by a desire for change. ‘Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?’ is the first album that the sisters Clavin, Jennifer and Jessica, have recorded since deciding to get sober, and it’s also a bold attempt to fashion their winningly bratty brand of garage-rock into more expressive, sophisticated shapes.
Love Letter To Their Youth: Dude York Talk New Album 'Falling'
Wed 24 Jul 2019
Exposure to early 2000s emo, nu-metal and pop-punk usually results in one of two reactions: a disgusted sneer, often accompanied by an exasperated sigh, or a knowing smile followed by overly enthusiastic headbanging. Dude York’s members would choose the latter.
< Prev   Next >