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The Interrupters Reschedule A Number Of UK Dates

Friday, 10 August 2018 Written by Huw Baines

The Interrupters have rescheduled a number of UK shows.

“Due to unforeseen circumstances” the ska-punks have shifted their Glasgow date to November 26, Newcastle to November 27, Birmingham to November 28 and Leeds to November 29. Tickets remain valid, while gigs in Manchester, Bristol, Brighton and London are unaffected.

The Interrupters recently released 'Fight The Good Fight'.

The Interrupters Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon November 26 2018 - GLASGOW Garage
Tue November 27 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE University
Wed November 28 2018 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy 2
Thu November 29 2018 - LEEDS Stylus
Sat December 01 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester Academy 2
Sun December 02 2018 - BRISTOL SWX
Mon December 03 2018 - BRIGHTON Brighton Concorde 2
Tue December 04 2018 - LONDON Electric Ballroom

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