Booking now Pale Waves announce biggest UK shows to date

Pale Waves announce biggest UK shows to date

Four September gigs will follow a US tour with The 1975 and a slew of summer festivals.

Pale Waves recently finished up a UK and Irish arena tour in support of Dirty Hit labelmates The 1975. The bands are set to play together again in the States as of next month, and Pale Waves have now tagged some new UK shows onto the end of their already-bustling 2019.

The band - who released debut album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ last year - will play four September shows, their biggest to date.

Beginning at Glasgow’s famous Barrowland, the band will play their biggest headline show of their career so far at the Forum in London on the 26th of the month.

The band also recently got announced to headline their first festival, topping the bill at Leicestershire’s 110 Above.

Read our interview with Heather Baron-Gracie around the release of ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ here, and view the new UK dates below.

SEPTEMBER
23 Glasgow, Barrowland
24 Birmingham, O2 Academy
26 London, Forum
27 Manchester, Academy

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