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The New Roses Confirm Winter UK Tour

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The New Roses will embark on a headline tour in November.

The German rockers have lined up 11 shows with support coming from Departed, the Brink, Heartbreak Remedy, Saints of Arcadia and Voodoo Vegas on select dates. 

The New Roses released their second album, ‘One More For The Road’, through Napalm Records last year. They also appear as the only European act on the KISS Kruise VIII between October 31 and November 5.

The New Roses Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed November 21 2018 - CARLISLE Brickyard
Thu November 22 2018 - GRIMSBY Yardbird Rock
Fri November 23 2018 - TROON Winter Storm
Sat November 24 2018 - SHEFFIELD Corporation
Sun November 25 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Trillians
Tue November 27 2018 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Wed November 28 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON 1865
Thu November 29 2018 - LONDON Underworld Camden
Fri November 30 2018 - MANCHESTER Rebellion
Sat December 01 2018 - CARDIFF Fuel Rock Club
Sun December 02 2018 - WOLVERHAMPTON Robin 2

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