Ray Davies announces Autumn UK tour

Ray Davies has announced a 14 date UK tour, to coincide with the release of The Kinks At The BBC box set. Along with already announced dates at Millennium Forum, Derry on June 24 and Hop Farm on June 29, Davies and his band play: Sunday, September 30: The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Monday, October 1: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester Tuesday, October 2: The Sage, Gateshead Thursday, October 4: Royal Albert Hall, London Friday, October 5: Cliffs Pavilion, Southend Saturday, October 6: Guildhall, Southampton Monday, October 8: Barbican, York

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Ray Davies has announced a 14 date UK tour, to coincide with the release of The Kinks At The BBC box set.

Along with already announced dates at Millennium Forum, Derry on June 24 and Hop Farm on June 29, Davies and his band play:

Sunday, September 30: The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
Monday, October 1: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Tuesday, October 2: The Sage, Gateshead
Thursday, October 4: Royal Albert Hall, London
Friday, October 5: Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Saturday, October 6: Guildhall, Southampton
Monday, October 8: Barbican, York
Tuesday, October 9: de Montfort Hall, Leicester
Friday, October 12: Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Saturday, October 13: Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Sunday, October 14: Royal Centre, Nottingham
Tuesday, October 16: Dome, Brighton
Wednesday, October 17: Philharmonic, Liverpool
Thursday, October 18: Forum, Bath

The Kinks At The BBC, containing sessions, live recordings and unreleased material and will be released on August 13 through Universal.

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