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Public Service Broadcasting Announce April UK Tour

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Public Service Broadcasting have announced plans to tour the UK in April.

The band, who released 'Every Valley' this summer, will make stops in Oxford, Bournemouth, Brighton, Margate, Cambridge, Swansea, Liverpool, Leicester, Edinburgh, Middlesbrough and Sheffield, where they'll wrap up at the O2 Academy. Tickets go on sale at 10am on November 10.

The band also have shows at Dublin's Academy and the Limelight in Belfast in the diary for January.

Public Service Broadcasting Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed January 24 2018 - DUBLIN Academy
Thu January 25 2018 - BELFAST Limelight
Thu April 05 2018 - OXFORD New Theatre
Fri April 06 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy
Sat April 07 2018 - BRIGHTON Dome
Sun April 08 2018 - MARGATE Winter Gardens
Tue April 10 2018 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Wed April 11 2018 - SWANSEA Brangwyn Hall
Thu April 12 2018 - LIVERPOOL Olympia
Fri April 13 2018 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Sat April 14 2018 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Mon April 16 2018 - MIDDLESBROUGH Empire
Tue April 17 2018 - SHEFFIELD O2 Academy

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