Hawkwind extend orchestral tour, In Search Of Utopia – Infinity And Beyond

The band have already sold out the London Palladium

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Hawkwind have extended their upcoming tour, In Search Of Utopia – Infinity And Beyond.

The band have added a second date at London Palladium and will now play Leeds, Salford, Gateshead, Bath and Birmingham.

The score for the show is produced by Mike Batt.

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Hwkwind will play:

Thu 18th Oct – Leeds, Town Hall
Fri 19th Oct – Salford, Lowry
Sat 20th Oct – Gateshead, Sage
Sun 4th Nov – London, Palladium (sold out)
Mon 5th Nov – London, Palladium
Sat 24th Nov – Bath, Forum
Sun 25th Nov – Birmingham Symphony Hall

Tickets for these new live shows are available via pre-sale on Thursday, February 1 at 9am, and on general sale to the public from Friday, February 2.

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