Booking now: Public Service Broadcasting announce a new UK tour

Public Service Broadcasting announce a new UK tour

They’ll take ‘Every Valley’ on the road again in April.

In July, Public Service Broadcasting released ‘Every Valley’, their concept alum about the mining industry in South Wales.

Following the album’s release and a successful tour of the UK last month, the band are set to head back out on the road next year! In April, they’ll be headed on a new tour taking them from Oxford to Sheffield, taking in Brighton, Cambridge, Liverpool, Edinburgh and more along the way. Tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday 10th November.

Earlier in the year, we caught up with Public Service Broadcasting to talk to them about ‘Every Valley’. Catch up here.

See all of Public Service Broadcasting’s new UK tour dates and revisit the ‘Turn No More’ video below.

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05 Oxford, New Theatre
06 Bournemouth, O2 Academy
07 Brighton, Dome
08 Margate, Winter Gardens
10 Cambridge, Corn Exchange
11 Swansea, Brangwyn Hall
12 Liverpool, Olympia
13 Leicester, De Montfort Hall
14 Edinburgh, Usher Hall
16 Middlesbrough, Empire
17 Sheffield, O2 Academy

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