#SFSTOUR16 You Me At Six to sell final tickets for their Stand For Something show in store

The band’s frontman Josh Franceschi will be selling 100 tickets at the Dr. Martens store on Neal Street next week.

Just a few weeks ago, we announced that You Me At Six were the final act to join this year’s Dr. Martens Stand For Something Tour and, unsurprisingly, it was rather popular news.

The band are all set to conclude the tour when they play at the intimate Dingwalls in London on 26th November. Having sold out the show online last week, there is now, however, one final chance to get tickets: the band’s frontman Josh Franceschi will be heading down to the Dr. Martens store on Neal Street next week to sell the final 100 tickets for the show, handing them directly over to fans himself.

Tweeting about the instore last night (Thursday 20th October), Franceschi says that this is an attempt to combat “secondary ticketing issues” and that his appearance is to “make sure it’s our fans getting” the show’s tickets.

Josh will be at the London store from 4pm on 26th October and, as well as selling tickets, he’ll also be on hand to sign any merchandise or shoes that fans want to bring along.

Tickets will be limited to 2 per person and cost £20 each. Only cash transactions will be accepted - please note, you cannot pay for tickets on credit or debit cards.

The address for the Dr. Martens Neal Street store is as follows.

17-19 Neal Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2H 9PU

Check out the poster below for full details, as well as Franceschi’s tweet from last night.

The full dates for the Stand For Something Tour 2016 are:

OCTOBER
29 Paigey Cakey: The Rainbow Courtyard, Birmingham

NOVEMBER
12 VANT: The Cluny, Newcastle
26 You Me At Six: Dingwalls London

Keep an eye on diymag.com and drmartens.com for more details.

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