John Grant plots autumn tour

He's currently putting the finishing touches to solo album number four

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John Grant has announced that he will tour the UK and Europe later this year.

Full dates as follows:

Thursday 16th August – Birmingham – Symphony Hall
Saturday 18th August – Brecon Beacons – Green Man Festival
Sunday 19th August – Bangor – Open House Festival
Monday 20th August – Edinburgh – Edinburgh International Festival
Friday 26th October – Reykjavik – Silfurburg
Monday 29th October – Brighton – Dome
Tuesday 30th October – London – O2 Academy Brixton
Wednesday 31st October – Bath – The Forum
Friday 2nd November – Sheffield – Octagon
Saturday 3rd November – Manchester – Albert Hall
Wednesday 7th November – Copenhagen – Vega
Thursday 8th November – Oslo – Sentrum Scene
Saturday 10th November – Germany – Weissenhaeuser Rolling Stone Weekender
Monday 12th November – Cologne – Kulturkirche
Tuesday 13th November – Hamburg – Kampnagel
Wednesday 14th November – Berlin – Astra Kulturhaus
Friday 16th November – Germany – Rust Rolling Stone Weekender

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Tickets for the UK non-festival shows are available here from 10am on Friday (April 27), with pre-sale beginning at 10am on Wednesday (April 25).

A press release states that Grant is “currently putting the finishing touches” to his fourth solo LP.

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