Ride have announced a short, one-off run of acoustic shows the autumn! The five-date run will be in celebration of the Oxford band’s 30th anniversary and will start in Brighton on 29th November and end in Manchester on 4th December.
Speaking about the shows, the band said: “These shows will explore and span old and newer songs giving us a chance to play some tunes we rarely get to perform along with more familiar tunes in a different way. We’ve been loving all the shows we’ve been playing since our reunion and we look forward to these”.
Tickets go on general sale on 5th October (this Friday!) at 10am. See the dates below.
29 Brighton, St George’s Church
30 Margate, Dreamland, Hall by the Sea
02 Bristol, The Trinity Centre
03 London, Evolutionary Arts Hackney (EartH)
04 Manchester, Royal Northern College of Music
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