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Black Stone Cherry Announce Further Summer UK And Ireland Live Dates

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Black Stone Cherry have announced further summer shows. 

The Kentucky rockers will call in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Dublin, and Belfast in July, alongside their previously confirmed date at Caerphilly Castle and a headline appearance at Ramblin' Man Fair. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on February 8.

Black Stone Cherry are touring behind their sixth studio album, 'Family Tree', which was released last spring and landed at number seven on the Official UK Album Chart.

Black Stone Cherry Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat July 13 2019 - CAERPHILLY Caerphilly Castle
Sun July 14 2019 - ABERDEEN Music Hall
Tue July 16 2019 - GLASGOW Barrowland
Wed July 17 2019 - DUBLIN Academy
Thu July 18 2019 - BELFAST Ulster Hall

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