Booking now Fontaines DC add additional dates to UK tour

Fontaines DC add additional dates to UK tour

The band are heading for a top five finish in the album chart this week with ‘Dogrel’.

Band of the moment Fontaines DC are currently on a UK tour in support of their debut album ‘Dogrel’, released last week.

The band play the Garage in London tonight (17th April), and have added even more dates in the UK for 2020.

Fontaines will play Newcastle and Nottingham next January. The dates will follow an extensive UK tour in November, on which shows have already began to sell out. They’ve also upgraded the Liverpool and Birmingham shows of their November run.

‘Dogrel’ currently sits in the top five of the UK album charts.

The band are set to follow their UK tour with a North American run in support of Partisan labelmates IDLES.

View all their upcoming tour dates below.

APRIL
17 London, Garage
18 Brighton, Haunt
19 Diksmuide, 4AD

MAY
05 Raleigh, Kings Barcade*
06 Richmond, Strange Matter*
08 Albany, The Hollow*
10 Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel*
11 Washington DC, Rock & Roll Hotel*
12 Washington DC, Rock & Roll Hotel*
14 Cleveland, Beachland Ballroom*
16 Kansas City, recordBar*
17 Dallas, The Curtain Club*
18 Austin, Barracuda*
20 Phoenix, Valley Bar*
21 San Diego, Belly Up*
22 Los Angeles, The Fonda*
25 San Francisco, Great American Music Hall*
27 Portland, Wonder Ballroom*
28 Seattle, Neumo’s*

NOVEMBER
19 Manchester, O2 Ritz
20 Liverpool, O2 Academy
21 Glasgow, SWG3
22 Leeds, Stylus
23 Sheffield, Leadmill
25 Birmingham, O2 Institute
26 Oxford, O2 Academy
27 London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
28 Brighton, Concorde 2
30 Bristol, SWX

DECEMBER
01 Southampton, The 1865

JANUARY 2020
10 Newcastle, O2 Academy
11 Nottingham, Rock City

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