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The Lone Bellow Line Up Summer UK Tour

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The Lone Bellow have announced plans to tour the UK in August and September.

The Brooklyn indie-folk trio have confirmed stops in Dublin, Pocklington, Shetland, Edinburgh, Kendal, Manchester, London, St. Albans, Exeter and Cardiff between August 23 and September 7. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 20.

The band will continue to support their third album, 'Walk Into A Storm', which was released last September.

The Lone Bellow Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu August 23 2018 - DUBLIN Whelans
Tue August 28 2018 - POCKLINGTON Pocklington Arts Centre
Thu August 30 2018 - SHETLAND ISLES Mareel
Fri August 31 2018 - EDINBURGH Summerhall
Sat September 01 2018 - KENDAL Brewery Arts Centre
Sun September 02 2018 - MANCHESTER Royal Exchange Theatre
Mon September 03 2018 - LONDON Omeara
Wed September 05 2018 - ST ALBANS Horn
Thu September 06 2018 - EXETER Phoenix
Fri September 07 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach

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