Afghan Whigs announce UK tour dates

Afghan Whigs have announced details of three UK tour dates to take place in July. The band, who will release their first new album in 16 years later this year, will play live in London, Manchester and Glasgow this summer following the release of Do To The Beast in April. The three dates come as part of a wider European tour and will see the band play London's Electric Ballroom on July 15 before a date at Manchester Cathedral two days later. The short UK jaunt will conclude in Glasgow on July 18. Scroll down for ticket details.

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Afghan Whigs have announced details of three UK tour dates to take place in July.

The band, who will release their first new album in 16 years later this year, will play live in London, Manchester and Glasgow this summer following the release of Do To The Beast in April. The three dates come as part of a wider European tour and will see the band play London’s Electric Ballroom on July 15 before a date at Manchester Cathedral two days later. The short UK jaunt will conclude in Glasgow on July 18. Scroll down for ticket details.

The band will release Do To The Beast on April 14 via Sub Pop. It is their first album of new material since 1998. The band reunited briefly in 2012 for a series of festival dates.

The Afghan Whigs will also play live at Coachella around the release, performing at the Californian festival on April 11 and 18.

Afghan Whigs will play:

London, Electric Ballroom (July 15)
Manchester, Cathedral (17)
Glasgow, Oran Mor (18)



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