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Happy Mondays To Tour Again In September

Happy Mondays To Tour Again In September

After receiving rave reviews for their first tour in seven years, the Happy Mondays are planning to do it all again with another tour later this year.

The Happy Mondays will tour from September, with support coming from up and coming band, The Sunshine Underground.

Shaun, Bez and Gaz are considered to be at their best with their current energizing performances - new tracks like "Jellybean" are full of Mondays dance swagger.

The ‘revitalised’ Happy Mondays play their final UK gig on their current comeback tour, at London's Astoria (June 6), before jetting off to New York for two further dates.

Catch their second tour in the following venues:

Nottingham, Rock City (September 27)
Glasgow, Carling Academy (28)
Sheffield, Octagon (October 1)
Newcastle, Carling Academy (2)
Bristol, Carling Academy (3)
Oxford, Zodiac (5)
Brixton, Carling Academy (6)
Norwich, UEA (8)
Southampton, Guildhall (9)
Leeds University (10)
Birmingham, Carling Academy (12)
Liverpool, Carling Academy (13)

Tickets are on sale from tomorrow at 10am and start from £25 to £27.50.


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