Lightning Seeds’ 35th Anniversary Tour On Sale This Week

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Lightning Seeds have confirmed plans to celebrate their 35th anniversary next year, with a greatest hits album and huge tour announced for late 2024.

The Merseyside band, fronted by Ian Broudie, will play 17 dates around the UK and Ireland following the release of their 20-track compilation record, “Tomorrow’s Here Today: 35 Years of Lightning Seeds”.

The tour kicks off on November 8th 2024 in Sheffield and finishes on December 14th in Wolverhampton

Ian Broudie commented: “Wow, I can’t believe it’s been 35 years! Our first single ‘Pure’ really opened the door to a life’s worth of songs, shows and recordings.

“I owe everything to ‘Pure’ and I’m really looking forward to celebrating the 35th anniversary of its release with ‘Tomorrow’s Here Today: 35 Years of Lightning Seeds’ greatest hits album and tour in 2024.”

The band have sold over 8 million albums, which featured hits such as ‘The Life of Riley’, ‘Lucky You’, ‘Pure’, and ‘Three Lions’.

Available on CD, LP and digitally, fans can pre-order any format of ‘Tomorrow’s Here Today: 35 Years of Lightning Seeds’ from Lightning Seeds’ official store HERE.

The new album will be released on October 4th. Tickets go on sale this Friday (November 24th) at 10am HERE. 

Tour dates are as follows.

Fri 8th        ​Sheffield, Leadmill
Sat 9th       ​Norwich, Waterfront
Thu 14th​    Nottingham, Rock City
Fri 15th      Cardiff, Tramshed
Thu 21st​    Bristol, O2 Academy
Fri 22nd​     Oxford, O2 Academy
Sat 23rd     Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion 
Thu 28th​    Newcastle, Boiler Shop
Fri 29th​      Glasgow, Garage
Sat 30th​     Dublin, Academy

Sun 1st      Belfast, Limelight
Thu 5th​      Manchester, Albert Hall
Fri 6th        Leeds, Beckett Students’ Union
Sat 7th​       Liverpool, Olympia
Thu 12th​    Cambridge, Junction
Fri 13th      London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
Sat 14th    Wolverhampton, The Wulfrun at The Halls

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