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Friendly Fires confirm tour dates and ticket details

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Friendly Fires confirm tour dates and ticket details

Friendly Fires have finally announced the tour dates and ticket details for their UK tour in November. The tour is set to be the alternative dance bands biggest tour to date. The band have recently released their second album titled ‘Pala’. The tour will kick off on November 10th at the O2 Academy in Bristol and it will finish on November 25th in London at the O2 Academy in Brixton.

The gig at the London O2 Brixton Academy is set to be the bands biggest ever headline show. Tickets for the tour go on general sale on Friday May 27th at 9am. Friendly Fires recently revealed that they would much rather listen to a bit of Justin Timberlake rather than Morrissey. The dates and venues for the tour are as follow:
 
O2 Academy Bristol (November 10)
O2 Academy Birmingham (November 11)
Guildhall Southampton (November 12)
Rock City Nottingham (November 14)
O2 Academy Newcastle (November 15)
O2 Apollo Manchester (November 17)
Barrowlands Glasgow (November 18)
O2 Academy Leeds (November 19)
Corn Echange Cambridge (November 21)
Engine Shed Lincoln (November 22)
O2 Academy Brixton London (November 25)
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Friendly Fires would rather listen to Timberlake over Morrissey
4th May 2011 @ 02:36pm
Alternative dance band Friendly Fires have admitted that they would much prefer to listen to Justin Timberlake over Morrissey.