Los Campesinos / February and March 2010 UK Tour

By on Sunday, 1st November 2009 at 11:30 pm
 

The marvellous Los Campesinos! have announced a string of 2010 UK tour dates, playing some of their biggest shows yet, and also in some new places that they’ve yet to visit.

Tickets for some of these dates are on sale now, and some go on sale soon. Tickets are priced between £9 and £12 each.

Thursday 11th February 2010 – Wrexham, Central Station
Friday 12th February 2010 – Liverpool, EVOL@O2
Saturday 13th February 2010 – York, Fibbers
Monday 15th February 2010 – Aberdeen, Tunnels
Tuesday 16th February 2010 – Dundee, Dog House
Wednesday 17th February 2010 – Edinburgh, Bongo
Thursday 18th February 2010 – Derby, The Venue
Friday 19th February 2010 – Leicester, Queen’s Hall
Sunday 21st February 2010 – Cambridge, Junction
Monday 22nd February 2010 – Norwich, Arts Centre
Tuesday 23rd February 2010 – Brighton, Audio New Slang Night
Wednesday 24th February 2010 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Thursday 25th February 2010 – London, KOKO
Friday 26th February 2010 – Falmouth, Princess Pavillion
Saturday 27th February 2010 – Bristol, Thekla
Monday 1st March 2010 – Birmingham, Rainbow Warehouse
Tuesday 2nd March 2010 – Northampton, Roadmender
Wednesday 3rd March 2010 – Reading, Plug & Play
Thursday 4th March 2010 – Kingston, Banquet New Slang

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