Tinariwen Announce Full UK Tour

The Mali collective bring their hypnotic sound to a venue near you

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Following on from the previously announced Barbican show; Mali based collective Tinariwen have announced a further sixteen shows around the UK.

Recently signed to music label Independiente, their third enchanting album “Aman:Iman: Water Is Life” has earned them wider acknowledgement than ever before.

In Uncut’s four-star review, Barney Hoskyns said: “This extraordinary band are clearly pushing for more than cult world-music status. They fully merit it.”

You can see the eleven-strong Tinariwen at the following venues next month and in May:

Guildford, Electric Theatre (01483 444789) (March 19)
Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (0161 907 9000) (20)
Dartington, Great Hall (01803 847070) (22)
London, Barbican (0207 638 8891) (23)
Middlesborough, Town Hall (24)
Dundee, Bonar Hall (01382 434940) (26)
Inverness, Ironworks (01463 234234) (27)
Langholm, Buccleugh Centre (01387 381196) (28)
Glasgow, Arches (0870 240 7528) (29)
Edinburgh, Queens Hall (0131 668 2019) (30)
Aberdeen, Lemon Tree (01224 642230) (31)
Brighton, Komedia (01273 647100) (May 1)
Gateshead, Sage 1 (0191 443 4661) (2)
Bristol, Fiddlers (0117 9299008) (3)
Leicester, De Montfort Hall (0116 233 3111) (4)
Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall (0151 709 3789) (5)
Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre (6)

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