Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes announce UK and Ireland tour

Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes announce UK and Ireland tour

They’re heading back on the road in March.

After having just finished one tour, Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes have confirmed details of another, heading back on the road next March.

“THANK YOU to everyone who came out and lost their minds with us at our SOLD OUT tour… here’s a fresh one for you all!” Frank wrote on Facebook. “It’s been a truly amazing feeling playing shows with such a passionate, fun and respectful atmosphere. So I cannot wait to be back again in March - but this time with a BRAND NEW ALBUM. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am GMT.

“We have also put together a special signed album/photo print and ticket bundle for you. So you can preorder your new favourite album, secure your place in the pit, listen to ‘Modern Ruin’ every day from January 27 and then roll into the tour for the gig of the year.”

‘Modern Ruin’ is the band’s second album and follow-up to 2015’s ‘Blossom’.

The tour calls at:

MARCH
16 Norwich Waterfront
17 Manchester Academy 2
18 Newcastle Riverside
19 Glasgow St. Luke’s
21 Belfast Oh Yeah Music Centre
22 Dublin Academy 2
24 Leeds Stylus
25 Birmingham Asylum
26 Cardiff Globe
27 Exeter Phoenix
29 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
30 London KOKO

Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday 18th November.


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