The Killers announce full UK arena tour for November

The Killers have announced a full UK arena tour for this November. The Las Vegas band, who release their fourth studio album Battle Born on September 17, will play 11 shows on the trek. The run of dates begins at Glasgow's SECC on October 26 and runs until November 17 when the band headline the second of two shows at London's O2 Arena. The tour also includes stops in Aberdeen, Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle, Cardiff, Sheffield, Liverpool and Manchester.

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The Killers have announced a full UK arena tour for this November.

The Las Vegas band, who release their fourth studio album Battle Born on September 17, will play 11 shows on the trek.

The run of dates begins at Glasgow’s SECC on October 26 and runs until November 17 when the band headline the second of two shows at London’s O2 Arena.

The tour also includes stops in Aberdeen, Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle, Cardiff, Sheffield, Liverpool and Manchester.

The band will also play two intimate UK shows this month, firstly performing a free show at London’s HMV Forum on September 10 and then a gig at London’s Roundhouse on September 11 as part of the iTunes Festival.

The Killers will play:

Glasgow SECC (October 26)
Aberdeen Exhibition Centre (27)
Birmingham LG Arena (31)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (November 3)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (4)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (5)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (8)
Liverpool Echo Arena (9)
Manchester Arena (13)
London O2 Arena (16, 17)

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