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Nick Mason Plots Spring UK Dates With Saucerful of Secrets

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Nick Mason has announced UK dates with Saucerful of Secrets.

The former Pink Floyd drummer will be joined by ex-Floyd bassist Guy Pratt, the Blockheads’ guitarist Lee Harris, Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp, and composer Dom Beken to play selections from 1967's 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn' and 1968's 'A Saucerful of Secrets'.

Next spring the group will head out for shows in Cardiff, Aylesbury and Cambridge prior to a two night stand at the Roundhouse in London. Tickets are on sale at 10am on September 28.

Nick Mason Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue September 25 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Thu September 27 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Fri September 28 2018 - GLASGOW SEC Armadillo
Sat September 29 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall
Mon April 29 2019 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Tue April 30 2019 - AYLESBURY Waterside Friars
Wed May 01 2019 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Fri May 03 2019 - LONDON Roundhouse
Sat May 04 2019 - LONDON Roundhouse

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