Words: Dylan Murphy
The duo have revealed a string UK and Ireland arena dates for the coming Autumn.
Today, dance music innovators The Chemical Brothers have announced they are heading on an arena tour across the UK as well as a date in Dublin. Kicking off the live shows in Glasgow on Thursday 26 October, they head to Dublin’s 3Arena on Wednesday 1 November.
Since their inception, in Manchester in 1989, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons AKA The Chemical Brothers have had six no. 1 albums and 13 top-20 singles as well as countless iconic performances across the world. They’ve sold over 13 million albums and are currently working on their tenth studio album ahead of the tour.
The news comes as The Chemical Brothers recently released ‘No Reason’, their first new music in two years.
See the full dates below:
Thu 26th October OVO Hydro, Glasgow
Fri 27th October AO Arena, Manchester
Sat 28th October First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wed 1st November 3Arena, Dublin
Fri 3rd November Utilita Arena, Birmingham
Sat 4th November The O2, London
Tickets start at 51.90 euros including booking fee and go on sale Friday 31 March via Ticketmaster. Fans can access a pre-sale on Wednesday 29 March.
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