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Palm Reader To Support The Contortionist And Will Haven, Reschedule Summer Tour Dates

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Palm Reader have rescheduled three summer tour dates after the band were chosen as support for the Contortionist and Will Haven on their UK and European tours. 

The Nottingham-based band, who released 'Braille' in April, will hit the road with guests Haggard Cat and Cove in July. Their stops in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham have been brought forward to June, when they'll support the Contortionist. They'll also return to Manchester and Birmingham in October with Will Haven. Palm Reader confirmed the news with a statement:

"Hey guys, We’re sorry to let you know that the Manchester, Glasgow, and Birmingham dates of our UK headline dates will be rescheduled. This is because The Contortionist have asked us to support them on their UK/Euro tour in June/July. This decision wasn’t easy to make and we are really sorry for any inconvenience to you all. We are still playing your fine cities: Glasgow 7/7, Manchester 8/7 and Birmingham 9/7. Refunds are available from point of purchase. We are looking at options for rescheduling the headline shows and hopefully, we can bring you more on that news soon. We’ll return to Manchester & Birmingham in October with Will Haven. As always, thank you for all of your support."

Palm Reader also have Irish shows confirmed in August with Bailer.

Palm Reader Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun July 22 2018 - LEEDS Key Club
Mon July 23 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Tue July 24 2018 - LONDON Thousand Island
Wed July 25 2018 - BRISTOL Exchange
Sat July 28 2018 - SHEFFIELD Corporation
Wed August 08 2018 - BELFAST Voodoo
Thu August 09 2018 - DUBLIN Fibber Magees
Fri August 10 2018 - CORK Poor Relation
Sat August 11 2018 - GALWAY Roisin Dubh

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