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Enation To Support Echo And The Bunnymen On Spring Tour

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Enation will join Echo and the Bunnymen on their The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon tour.

Led by Nashville star Jonathan Jackson, the Tennessee alt-rock trio will provide support at shows in Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Gateshead, and London, where the tour will wrap up at the Royal Albert Hall on June 1.

The support dates will follow Enation's two headlining shows at Omeara later this week. They also play Norwich Arts Centre at the end of the month.

The tour shares its name with Echo and the Bunnymen's upcoming album, which is out on October 5 and features Bunnymen classics transformed and reinterpreted with co-producer Andy Wright into "new songs with strings and things attached."

Echo and the Bunnymen Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed May 23 2018 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Fri May 25 2018 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Sat May 26 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Mon May 28 2018 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Wed May 30 2018 - GATESHEAD Sage One
Fri June 01 2018 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Fri June 22 2018 - BRISTOL St Phillips Gate

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