Fontaines D.C. have announced details of their biggest UK tour to date, including a stop-off at London’s Alexandra Palace.
The Irish band, who are set to release their second album ‘A Hero’s Death’‘ next month, will hit the road in May 2020, beginning in Manchester on May 7 before winding up at Alexandra Palace on May 27.
NHS staff and Key Workers will also have the chance to secure free tickets to the shows, with 50 being made available at all regional shows, and a further 200 for London’s Alexandra Palace. Tickets will be distributed on a first come first served basis, and all applicants should email email@example.com by 17:00pm BST on Tuesday 30th June, listing their profession and the show they want to attend.
Check out the dates in full below.
7th – Manchester Academy
10th – Leicester De Montfort Hall
11th – Leeds O2 Academy
12th – Newcastle O2 City Hall
14th – Glasgow Barrowland
17th – Cambridge Corn Exchange
18th – Sheffield O2 Academy
20th – Birmingham O2 Academy
21st – Cardiff Great Hall
22nd – Bristol O2 Academy
24th – Bournemouth O2 Academy
25th – Southampton O2 Guildhall
27th – London Alexandra Palace
It comes after the band shared their reflective new song ‘I Don’t Belong’ earlier this month.
I Don’t Belong’ is the opening track on the Dublin band’s upcoming second album ‘A Hero’s Death’, and follows on from the May release of the record’s title track. ‘A Hero’s Death’ is set for release on July 31 via Partisan.
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