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Sheafs Announce Autumn Tour Dates

Friday, 06 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Sheafs have lined up UK shows for the autumn.

The Sheffield-based quintet have announced 15 dates, including a hometown show at the O2 Academy on November 16. Tickets go on sale at 10am on July 9.

Catch the band at Truck, Tramlines and Y-Not Festival later this month. They also support Ocean Colour Scene at the Don Valley Bowl in August.

Sheafs Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu November 01 2018 - DERBY Venue
Fri November 02 2018 - LEICESTER Cookie
Mon November 05 2018 - YORK Fulford Arms
Tue November 06 2018 - HULL Polar Bear
Wed November 07 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Fri November 09 2018 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Sat November 10 2018 - EXETER Cavern
Sun November 11 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Heartbreakers
Tue November 13 2018 - LIVERPOOL Arts Club
Wed November 14 2018 - LEEDS Oporto
Thu November 15 2018 - GLASGOW Garage Attic
Fri November 16 2018 - SHEFFIELD O2 Academy2 Sheffiled
Sat November 17 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
Mon November 19 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds 2
Tue November 20 2018 - LONDON Boston Music Room

Click here to compare & buy Sheafs Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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