The Stone Roses confirm two more festival shows for next summer

Ian Brown and co will precede Heaton Park gigs with Danish and Swedish shows

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The Stone Roses have confirmed another two festival appearances for next summer.

The band, who announced their reformation in October, are already confirmed to play festival shows at Spain’s Benicassim, Scotland’s T In The Park, Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival and have now added appearances at Denmark’s NorthSide festival and Sweden’s Hultsfred festival for next June.

NorthSide will take place in Aarhus in Denmark and will run from June 15 – 17, while Hultsfred takes place in the town of the same name from June 14 – 16

This means that as things currently stand, the band’s first live appearance since reuniting will either be at NorthSide festival or Hultsfred festival.

The Danish and Swedish shows will precede the band’s three huge homecoming gigs at Manchester’s Heaton Park on June 29, 30 and July 1, which sold out just over an hour after going onsale.

To find out more information about the festivals and for tickets, visit Northside.dk or Hultsfredfestivalen.se.

The reunited band are also strongly rumoured to be announcing further UK festival gigs for this summer, with reports suggesting V Festival is another likely date.

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