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Including London's 02 Arena

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Neil Young and Promise Of The Real have announced a batch of UK tour dates as part of their Rebel Content tour.

Yesterday [December 14], Young announced he would play Belfast (for the first time ever) and Dublin, as well as shows on mainland Europe – Leipzig on July 20 and Berlin on July 21.

The itinerary has now been expanded to take in Glasgow, Leeds and London.

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The tour dates are:

Sun June 05 2016 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Tue June 07 2016 – BELFAST SSE Arena, Belfast
Wed June 08 2016 – DUBLIN 3Arena
Fri June 10 2016 – LEEDS first direct Arena
Sat June 11 2016 – LONDON O2 Arena

You can read our report on the 2015 American leg of the Rebel Content tour in the current issue of Uncut – in UK shops now and available to buy digitally.

You can also watch Young unleash 10 vintage cuts from his back catalogue on the Rebel Content tour by clicking here.

The January 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring Paul Weller, David Bowie, Best Of 2015, Roger Waters, Father John Misty, Pere Ubu, Robert Forster, Natalie Prass, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Sunn O))), Jonny Greenwood, Arthur Lee & Love, Neil Young, Janis Joplin and more.

Uncut: the spiritual home of great rock music.

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