Noah And The Whale Unveil 2012 UK Tour

October 11, 2011 by staff 

Noah And The Whale Unveil 2012 UK TourNoah And The Whale Unveil 2012 UK Tour, Noah & The Whale have outlined plans for its largest tour operator but by early next year.

Returning with their third album ‘Last Night On Earth’, Noah & The Whale appeared to come out of his cult. Redeeming streak of the band gave the album a popular benefit – added 80 minor sound – was enormous crossover potential.

Since then, Noah & The Whale have spent most of the year on the road. Each successive tour in larger venues, with the band to extend its appeal to foreign climes.

Polishing his last British tour, the band now are digging your passport for a final trip to the States. The organization of a series of shows U.S., Noah & The Whale to 2011 will take ccktails on the beach in Mexico.

Returning to a frozen certainly in the UK, the group will begin work on their biggest tour yet holder. In announcing the plans of eleven events, Noah & The Whale play some of the main points of his career.

Culminating in a show at the Royal Albert Hall, the band also shows the massive game in Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle and more.

Fans can order tickets pre-sale tomorrow through the official website of the group tomorrow (October 12) before the full ticket opens Friday (October 14) morning at 9am.

A great week for the band, looking for Noah & The Whale night (October 11) in the afternoon … With Jools Holland. Playing live on the program, you can see the total performance in Friday’s edition.

Noah & The Whale 2012 have confirmed the following shows:

Olympia, Dublin 17
20 Edinburgh Picture House
O2 Academy 21 Newcastle
O2 Sheffield Academy 22
24 York Barbican
25 Portsmouth Guildhall
26 Southend Cliffs Pavilion
28 Plymouth Pavilion
29 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
O2 Manchester Apollo 30

16 London Royal Albert Hall

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