Fresh from a huge Main Stage billing at last month’s Reading and Leeds festivals, A Day To Remember have announced plans to head back to the UK for a tour later this year.
The Ocala five-piece, who released their latest record ‘Common Courtesy’ late last year, will be returning to our side of the Atlantic for eight shows this November.
They’ll also be making stops in cities that aren’t often included in their usual tour routing, with shows taking place in Plymouth, Brighton and Newcastle, amongst others.
Tickets go on sale this Friday (5th September) at 9am and their schedule looks like this:
12 Portsmouth, Guildhall
14 Plymouth, Pavilions
15 Brighton, Centre
16 Leeds, O2 Academy
18 Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
19 Nottingham, Rock City
21 Sheffield, O2 Academy
23 Newcastle, O2 Academy
Watch the band’s new video for ‘End Of Me’ below.
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