Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets announce more dates

The 'early Floyd' band will play five UK shows in April/May

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Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets – the band formed to play Pink Floyd’s early material – have announced five more UK shows for spring 2018.

Currently on a sold-out tour of the UK, Saucerful Of Secrets will return next year for more dates in Cardiff, Aylesbury, Cambridge and London.

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The full tourdates are as follows:

Monday 29 April – Cardiff, St David’s Hall
Tuesday 30 April – Aylesbury, Friars
Wednesday 1 May – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Friday 3 May – London, Roundhouse
Saturday 4 May – London, Roundhouse

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 28 September from here and here.

Nick Mason’s Twitter account adds the message: “Our friends in North America, keep an eye out for an interesting announcement soon…”

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