It’s a big ‘un! Slaves have announced a massive UK tour for this winter

Slaves have announced a massive UK tour for this winter
Photo: Emma Swann

The dates will be the Kent duo’s largest yet.

Good news, Slaves fans! Our August cover stars have just announced a big ol’ tour for this winter, which will mark the band’s largest shows to date.

Kicking off in Newcastle at the start of November, and winding up at a 10,000-capacity celebration at London’s Alexandra Palace at the end of the month, the tour will see Isaac and Laurie traversing the whole of the UK and Ireland in support of new LP ‘Acts Of Fear and Love’.

Joining them for the shows will be Aussie punks Amyl and the Sniffers, and fellow Kent pals and Girl Fight Records signings Lady Bird. They also have Slow Thai on board for the London date.

Tickets go on sale 9am, Friday August 10th.

Slaves grace one of two special edition covers of DIY this month alongside IDLES, celebrating the compassionate, inclusive new face of UK punk.

Check out the band’s new tour dates below, and head right HERE to read the issue.

NOVEMBER
07 – Newcastle, O2 Academy Newcastle
08 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
10 – Nottingham, Rock City
12 – Belfast, Limelight
13 – Dublin, Academy
15 – Norwich, UEA
16 – Liverpool, O2 Academy
17 – Manchester, Academy
19 – Leeds, O2 Academy
20 – Bristol, O2 Academy
22 – Cardiff, Tramshed
23 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
24 – London, Alexandra Palace

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