Ash Announce A-Z UK Tour Dates & Tickets

Wednesday, 26 August 2009 Written by
ImageAsh have announced a uniquely themed UK Tour, taking place later this year. Tim Wheeler & co will be playing 26 shows in alphabetical order! Well almost.Click here for tickets.

The Belfast band will be performing 26 shows across the UK, kicking off in Aldershot on October 19th, and finishing rather appropriately in Zennor on November 23rd.

The only anomaly on the A-Z tour is X. Not many cities or towns begin with a X so they'll be playing Xmouth on November 21st, rather than Exmouth!

Ash Tour Dates are as follows:

Oct 19 - Aldershot West End Centre
Oct 20 - Bradford Gasworks
Oct 21 - Carlisle Brickyard
Oct 23 - Dundee Fat Sams
Oct 24 - East Grange Loft
Oct 25 - Falkirk Behind The Wall
Oct 27 - Gloucester Guildhall
Oct 28 - Hastings Crypt
Oct 30 - Ipswich Corn Exchange
Oct 31 - Jersey Havana
Nov 02 - Kingston Peel
Nov 03 - Loughborough University
Nov 04 - Milton Keynes Pitz Club
Nov 06 - Newport TJ's
Nov 07 - Oldham Castle
Nov 08 - Plymouth Hippo
Nov 10 - Queens Park (London) Corrib Rest
Nov 11 - Rotherham Vault
Nov 12 - Swansea Sin City
Nov 14 - Tunbridge Wells Forum
Nov 16 - Upper Norwood (London) Gipsy Hill Tavern
Nov 17 - Ventnor Winter Gardens
Nov 19 - Worcester Dive Bar
Nov 21 - (e)Xmouth Pavilion
Nov 22 - Yeovil Orange Box
Nov 23 - Zennor Village Hall

Tickets are on sale Thursday 27th August at 9.00am. Be the first to get your hands on Ash tickets via our official partners. Click here for Ash Tickets and Tour Dates.

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