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Stereophonics Announce Intimate UK Warm-Up Shows And European Leg Of 2020 Kind Tour

Tuesday, 22 October 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Stereophonics have announced two intimate warm-up shows for January.

The Welsh rockers will play Liverpool's Mountford Hall on January 18 and the O2 Academy Leeds on January 19, ahead of the previously announced UK leg of their Kind Tour next spring. Tickets for the new UK gigs go on general sale at 10am on October 23.

The band have also announced their tour will be heading to mainland Europe prior to their UK run, with the trek kicking off on January 24 in Madrid and concluding on February 12 in Hamburg. Tickets for the majority of dates go on sale from 10am on October 25.

The tour shares its name with the quartet's new album, which is due out on October 25 via Parlophone Records.

In the meantime, head below to view the video accompanying the latest track shared from the record, Bust This Town.

Stereophonics Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat January 18 2020 - LIVERPOOL Liverpool Uni Mountford Hall
Sun January 19 2020 - LEEDS O2 Academy Leeds

Fri January 24 2020 - MADRID Palacio Vistalegre (Spain)
Sat January 25 2020 - BARCELONA Razzmatazz (Spain)
Wed January 29 2020 - PARIS Olympia (France)
Fri January 31 2020 - FRANKFURT Batschkapp (Germany)
Sat February 01 2020 - AMSTERDAM AFAS Live (Netherlands)
Sun February 02 2020 - BERLIN Huxleys (Germany)
Tue February 04 2020 - COLOGNE Carlswerk Victoria (Germany)
Wed February 05 2020 - MUNICH Tonhalle (Germany)
Thu February 06 2020 - ZURICH Vilkhaus (Switzerland)
Sat February 08 2020 - MILAN Lorenzini District (Italy)
Sun February 09 2020 - LAUSANNE Les Docks (Switzerland)
Tue February 11 2020 - LUXEMBOURG Esch Sur Alzette (Luxembourg)
Wed February 12 2020 - HAMBURG Docks (Germany)

Fri February 28 2020 - SHEFFIELD FlyDSA Arena
Sat February 29 2020 - BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham
Mon March 02 2020 - BRIGHTON Centre
Tue March 03 2020 - BOURNEMOUTH BIC
Fri March 06 2020 - LONDON O2 Arena
Sat March 07 2020 - NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena
Mon March 09 2020 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Utilita Arena
Tue March 10 2020 - ABERDEEN P&J LIVE Aberdeen
Wed March 11 2020 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Fri March 13 2020 - MANCHESTER Arena
Sat March 14 2020 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Sun March 15 2020 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena

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