Brian Wilson announces Pet Sounds tour dates

He'll be playing two nights at the London Palladium

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Brian Wilson has announced details of a world tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds.

The UK dates include two nights at the London Palladium. Tickets go on sale at 10am Friday January 29th at 9am from www.alt-tickets.co.uk.

Wilson will be joined by Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin for the tour. As well as the UK, concert stops include dates in Australia, Japan, Spain, Israel, and Portugal followed by a full American tour later this Summer.

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The Pet Sounds UK dates are:

Sunday, May 15: Bristol Colston Hall
Tuesday, May 17: Birmingham Symphony Hall
Wednesday, May 18: Cardiff St Davids Hall
Friday, May 20: The London Palladium
Saturday, May 21: The London Palladium
Tuesday, May 24: O2 Apollo Manchester
Thursday, May 26: Usher Hall Edinburgh
Friday, May 27: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sunday, May 29: Sage Gateshead, Newcastle
Tuesday, May 31: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Wednesday, June 1: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

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