Blondie announce UK and Ireland summer tour

Blondie are set to embark on a tour of the UK and Ireland this summer. Of the jaunt, which kicks off at Nottingham’s Sherwood Pines Forest Park on June 14, frontwoman Debbie Harry said: "England will always have a special place in our hearts –we're all so excited about the forthcoming tour of the UK." The band will play the Isle of Wight Festival on June 16 as part of the tour and will also head up two London shows, at Camden's Roundhouse July 7 and Kew Gardens on July 9.

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Blondie are set to embark on a tour of the UK and Ireland this summer.

Of the jaunt, which kicks off at Nottingham’s Sherwood Pines Forest Park on June 14, frontwoman Debbie Harry said: “England will always have a special place in our hearts –we’re all so excited about the forthcoming tour of the UK.”

The band will play the Isle of Wight Festival on June 16 as part of the tour and will also head up two London shows, at Camden’s Roundhouse July 7 and Kew Gardens on July 9.

Blondie released their last album, ‘Panic Of Girls’, in 2011. The follow up to 2003’s ‘The Curse Of Blondie’, it contained a cover of Beirut’s ‘Sunday Smile’. Beirut’s Zach Condon appeared on the album, providing guest vocals.

Blondie will play:

Nottingham Sherwood Pines Forest Park (June 14)
Thetford Forest (15)
Isle of Wight Festival (16)
Liverpool Academy (18)
Isle of Man Villa Marina (19)
Gloucestershire Westonbirt Arboretum (21)
Kent Bedgebury Pinetum (22)
Dublin Olympia (25)
Belfast Waterfront (26)
Yorkshire Dalby Forest (28)
Staffordshire Cannock Chase Forest (29)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (July 1)
Edinburgh Usher Hall (2)
Newcastle Academy (4)
Cheshire Delamere Forest (6)
London Roundhouse (7)
London Kew Gardens (9)

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