Manics and Suede Co-Headline Tour – Tickets On Sale This Week

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Last week, Manic Street Preachers and Suede confirmed a surprise co-headline tour for 2024, taking place throughout June and July next year.

The two iconic and influential bands will grace stages in Wales, Ireland, and Scotland, along with outdoor shows at Castlefield Bowl (Manchester), Millennium Square (Leeds), and Alexandra Park (London).

Following the comeback success of ‘The Ultra Vivid Lament’ and ‘Autofiction’ records for Manics and Suede respectively in recent years, both bands are busy working on new projects.

Manics are working on their 15th studio album, while Suede are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their Mercury-winning eponymous debut album, the fastest selling debut album in the UK at the time of release.

The two groups first joined forces last year for a sold out tour of the US, with widespread critical acclaim leading to additional Asian dates confirmed for next month.

Now, they return home, and tickets are expected to fly out upon release this Friday (13th October) at 9am.

Head to www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk for UK tickets.

Ireland tickets will be available via www.ticketmaster.ie.

2024 UK AND IRELAND TOUR DATES
Friday          28 June          Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod*
Tuesday        2 July           Dublin Trinity College **
Friday            5 July           Cardiff Castle *
Wednesday 10 July           Edinburgh Castle *
Friday          12 July           Manchester Castlefield Bowl *
Saturday     13 July            Leeds Millenium Square **
Thursday    18 July            London Alexandra Palace Park **

*Manic Street Preachers close the show
**Suede close the show

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