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Big Big Train Line Up UK Shows For Autumn 2019

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Big Big Train have announced six live dates for next autumn.

The British prog collective will kick off the short tour on October 26 at Edinburgh's Queen's Hall before heading to Newcastle, Halifax, Birmingham and Newport, bringing the run to a close with a performance at London's Hackney Empire on November 2. They'll be joined on stage by a five-piece brass ensemble, with Sweet Billy Pilgrim providing support.

Earlier this year, Big Big Train released the live album 'Merchants Of Light', which captures the band's performance at London's Cadogan Hall in October 2017. Their upcoming shows will see them performing songs from their back catalogue as well as new material from their forthcoming, currently untitled LP. They'll also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of 'The Underfall Yard' too.

Tickets go on general sale at 11am on November 9.

Big Big Train Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Sat October 26 2019 - EDINBURGH Queens Hall
Sun October 27 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE City Hall
Tue October 29 2019 - HALIFAX Victoria Theatre
Wed October 30 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Town Hall
Fri November 01 2019 - NEWPORT Riverfront
Sat November 02 2019 - LONDON Hackney Empire

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