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Black Mountain Announce First UK Tour in Two Years

Wednesday, 26 May 2010 Written by Nigel Sachdev
Black Mountain Announce First UK Tour in Two Years

Black Mountain have revealed details of their first UK tour in two years, to coincide with the release of their as-yet-untitled 3rd studio album on Jagjaguwar Records.

The new tour will follow on from their brief visit to the UK in July to perform sets at Latitude & T in the Park festivals, along with squeezing in two already sold out shows at London’s Lexington on July 13th and 14th.

The Canadian band will also be appearing at Bestival and End of the Road festivals on September 10th and 11th respectively.

Fellow Vancouver rockers Ladyhawk will be Black Mountain's special guests on the tour from Sept 12th - 16th.

Black Mountain tour dates are as follows:
04/09/10 - Oxford, Academy 2
12/09/10 - Leeds, TJs Woodhouse Club
14/09/10 - Glasgow, Oran Mor
15/09/10 - Manchester, Academy 3
16/09/10 - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
07/10/10 - London, Shepherds Bush Empire

Tickets for all UK shows are onsale now, priced from £11.00.

Click here to Buy Black Mountain tickets at Stereoboard.com.



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