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[b]Roxy Music[/b] have announced details of their first UK tour in 10 years.

The band will play seven dates on the [b]’For Your Pleasure'[/b] tour, which kicks off in January next year.

[b]Bryan Ferry[/b], [b]Andy Mackay[/b], [b]Phil Manzanera[/b] and [b]Paul Thompson[/b] will feature in the band. They all featured in the band’s first reunion in 2001. Once again, [b]Brian Eno[/b], who played on the band’s first two albums in the early ’70s, will not appear with the group.

[b]Roxy Music[/b] will play:

[b]Newcastle Arena (January 25)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (27, 28)
Manchester MEN Arena (30)
Birmingham LG Arena (31)
Nottingham Arena (February 2)
London O2 Arena (7)[/b]

All dates go on sale at 9am on Friday (July 16), except the [b]London[/b] show which is being sold from Saturday (17) at 9am (all times BST).

To check the availability of [url=http://www.seetickets.com/see/event.asp?artist=roxy+music&filler1=see&filler3=id1nmestory]Roxy Music tickets[/url] and get all the latest listings, go to [url=http://www.nme.com/gigs]NME.COM/TICKETS[/url] now, or call [B]0871 230 1094[/B].

[b]Roxy Music[/b] headline this week’s [b]Lovebox Festival[/b] in [b]London[/b] (July 17). See [b]Uncut’s[/b] sister publication [b]NME.COM[/b] for a full report.

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