The band will perform three warm up dates in Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle this June…
The Marks To Prove It five-piece will play an extra date at London's Alexandra Palace.
Due to unprecedented demand, The Maccabees have added a fifth date to their 2017 farewell tour.
After announcing shows in Manchester and London respectively, the Marks To Prove it outfit have now confirmed they will play a third and final London date at Alexandra Palace on Thursday 29 June 2017.
This will be followed by two sold-out homecoming gigs at the iconic north London venue.
See their updated poster below:
Tickets go on sale on Wednesday 14 December from 9am.
Felix White said of the news: “We're planning on these final shows being a huge celebration, thank you and goodbye to 14 years of writing, recording, playing and touring together.”
See their fully announced dates below:
27 Tues June - MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo - SOLD OUT
28 Wed June - MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo - SOLD OUT
29 Thurs June - LONDON, Alexandra Palace - *NEW DATE ADDED*
30 Fri June - LONDON, Alexandra Palace - SOLD OUT
1 July - LONDON, Alexandra Palace - SOLD OUT
Announcing their split back in August, the Love You Better band revealed they would "not be leaving the group behind as a divided force".
See their full statement here:
A message to our fans…. With Love, The Maccabees x pic.twitter.com/v2DN0PMP4R— The Maccabees (@themaccabees) August 8, 2016