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Tide Lines Announce November UK Tour

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Tide Lines have announced dates for their first ever full UK tour.

The Scottish folk quartet have confirmed 15 stops south of the border, including a London show at the Borderline on September 13. News of a run of dates closer to home is set to be announced soon.

The band also have live shows lined up throughout the summer including a date supporting Levellers in Hull.

Tide Lines Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu November 01 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cluny 2
Fri November 02 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Community Room
Sat November 03 2018 - LIVERPOOL Arts Club, Loft
Sun November 04 2018 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Tue November 06 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social Club
Wed November 07 2018 - NORWICH UEA The Waterfront
Mon November 12 2018 - BOARHUNT Forest Folk
Tue November 13 2018 - LONDON Borderline
Wed November 14 2018 - MILTON KEYNES Stables
Fri November 16 2018 - OXFORD O2 Academy Oxford
Thu November 22 2018 - KINGSTON UPON HULL Polar Bear
Fri November 23 2018 - CARLISLE Harraby Theatre
Sat November 24 2018 - MANCHESTER Gulliver's
Mon November 26 2018 - SHEFFIELD Greystones
Fri November 30 2018 - MUSSELBURGH Brunton Theatre

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