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The Struts Announce June Headline Shows

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The Struts have announced headlining shows in London and Manchester this summer, alongside their return to Download festival.

The band will call at KOKO in Camden on June 19 and Gorilla the next day, following their appearance on the Donington festival's main stage on June 9 supporting Guns N' Roses. Speaking about the upcoming shows, vocalist Luke Spiller said:

"Can't wait to be playing in our native country to give our fans what they deserve. The best show they will see all year. This one's for you. See you there ."

The band head off on their second run of dates with Foo Fighters in the US this week before they start their own headline tour of the US culminating in their four sold out shows at the Roxy in LA. Their second album will be announced soon.

Tickets for the new shows go on general sale at 9am on April 20.

The Struts Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue June 19 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Wed June 20 2018 - MANCHESTER Gorilla

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