Stereophonics Add Warm Up Shows To Their 2016 “Keep The Summer Alive Tour”

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Stereophonics have extended their summer tour.

Stereophonics - Keep The Summer Alive Tour

This summer, Stereophonics are heading out on a UK tour in support of their 2015 album “Keep The Village Alive”.

The album came as the bands ninth studio album, released on 11th September 2015. The album topped the UK Albums Chart, and produced the singles “C’est la Vie”, “I Wanna Get Lost With You”, “Songs for the Summer” and “White Lies”.

Earlier this year, the band announced a nine-date tour for the summer, and have now added an extra two warm up shows to the line up.

The two warm up shows will take place on 15th & 16th May in Norwich and Cambridge, followed by the main set of shows in June & July.

Nottingham will be the band’s first stop on the tour, with a show on 2nd June, followed by shows in Cardiff, Belfast, Dublin and a huge homecountry show in Wrexham along with Catfish & The Bottlemen.

The band will also make stops at Manchester and Aberdeen, and bring the tour to a close with two shows in Edinburgh on 15th & 16th July.

Tickets for the shows are on sale now.

Check out the full list of Sterephonics’ 2016 tour dates below:

  • 15th May  — Nick Ryans LCR, Norwich
  • 16th May  — Corn Exchange, Cambridge
  • 2nd June — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • 4th June — City Stadium, Cardiff
  • 29th June  — Titanic, Belfast
  • 30th June  — Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
  • 2nd July  — Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
  • J7th uly  — Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
  • 14th July  — AECC Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen
  • 15th July  — Castle Esplanade, Edinburgh
  • 16th July  — Castle, Edinburgh
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