Neil Young & Crazy Horse add dates to UK tour

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have added two dates to their upcoming UK tour. The band will now play Liverpool Echo Arena on August 18 and London O2 Arena on August 19. This is in addition to previously announced shows at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena on June 10, Birmingham LG Arena on June 11 and sold out shows at Glasgow SECC (June 13) and London O2 Arena (June 17). Los Lobos will support at all shows and tickets are on sale now. They will be Young's first UK gigs with the Crazy Horse line-up of Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina since 2001.

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse have added two dates to their upcoming UK tour.

The band will now play Liverpool Echo Arena on August 18 and London O2 Arena on August 19.

This is in addition to previously announced shows at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena on June 10, Birmingham LG Arena on June 11 and sold out shows at Glasgow SECC (June 13) and London O2 Arena (June 17). Los Lobos will support at all shows and tickets are on sale now.

They will be Young’s first UK gigs with the Crazy Horse line-up of Frank ‘Poncho’ Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina since 2001.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse released two albums last year: ‘Americana’ and ‘Psychedelic Pill’.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse will play:

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (June 10)
Birmingham LG Arena (11)
Glasgow SECC (13)
London O2 Arena (17)
Liverpool Echo Arena (August 18)
London O2 Arena (19)

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