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Idles Add Third London Date To Spring UK And Ireland Tour

Friday, 09 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Idles have added another London date to their spring UK and Ireland tour.

The band, who are on the road in support of ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’, will now finish up the trek with a third night at the Electric Ballroom in Camden on April 6. Support will come from the Murder Capital.

Other stops on the tour include Sheffield, Cardiff, Norwich, Brighton, Belfast, Dublin and Manchester. Supporting at these dates will be Crows. Tickets are on sale now.

The post-punks have also lined up dates in Europe, the US, Australia and New Zealand for next year. Head here for full dates.

Idles Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue March 26 2019 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
Wed March 27 2019 - CARDIFF Tramshed
Thu March 28 2019 - NORWICH Norwich Nick Rayns LCR UEA
Fri March 29 2019 - BRIGHTON Brighton Dome
Mon April 01 2019 - BELFAST Empire Music Hall
Tue April 02 2019 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Wed April 03 2019 - MANCHESTER Albert Hall
Thu April 04 2019 - LONDON Electric Ballroom
Fri April 05 2019 - LONDON Electric Ballroom
Sat April 06 2019 - LONDON Electric Ballroom

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