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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

The Staves : UK Winter tour dates announced

The Staves have announced a long-awaited UK winter tour.

The band head out on a seven-date tour in late October and November, which includes their previously announced London show at the Shepherds Bush Empire on November 4.

The tour commences at The Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh on October 30, and concludes at The Waterfront in Norwich on November 6.

Tickets for all regional shows go on sale through at 9am on Friday July 26. Tickets are priced £12.50 (except London/Manchester £14 and Brighton £13).

Following a trio of appearances at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, The Staves continue their summer of shows at Secret Garden Party and the Cambridge Folk Festival in July, ahead of a string of European festival dates.

The band return to the UK to play Beautiful Days Festival, Snape Proms, Summer Camp Festival, Bangor Abbey, Moseley Folk Festival, End of the Road, and Festival No. 6 to round off the summer.

A repackaged version of The Staves’ acclaimed debut album, Dead & Born & Grown & Live, is out now, featuring the original album and a bonus 5-track live CD of recordings taken from the band’s sold-out London Scala shows earlier this year.

Here are the tour dates

26th July                              Secret Garden Party, Cambridgeshire

28th July                              Cambridge Folk Festival

17th August                        Beautiful Days Festival, Devon

23rd August                        Snape Proms, Suffolk

24th August                        Summer Camp Festival, Liverpool

30th August                        Bangor Abbey, Belfast

31st August                        Moseley Folk Festival

1st September                  End of the Road Festival, Dorset

15th September               Festival No. 6, Portmeirion


6th September                 Trades Club, Hebden Bridge

7th September                 Oran Mor, Glasgow

9th September                 Roisin Dubh, Galway

11th September               The Set Theatre, Kilkenny

12th September               Pepper Canister, Dublin

13th September               Pepper Canister, Dublin

30th October                     The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

31st October                      The Glee Club, Nottingham

1st November                   The Trinity Centre, Bristol

2nd November                 RNCM, Manchester

4th November                  Shepherds Bush Empire, London

5th November                  St. George’s Hall, Brighton

6th November                  The Waterfront, Norwich

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