Johnny Marr adds new homecoming date at Albert Hall Manchester

5 July 2019, 12:29 | Updated: 5 July 2019, 13:29

Johnny Marr announces homecoming date in Manchester
Johnny Marr announces homecoming date in Manchester. Picture: Grant Pollard/AP/Press Association Images

The Smiths legend has added a fresh date at Manchester's Albert Hall after tickets for his previously announced homecoming gig sold out.

Johnny Marr has announced a new date for 2019.

The former Smiths guitarist, who is fresh from his appearance at Glastonbury Festival, announced a homecoming show at the Albert Hall Manchester on Wednesday 4 September earlier this week.

Now The Comet rocker has added a new date for the following day at the venue on Thursday 5 September.

Tickets are on sale now.

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Johnny Marr played a career-spanning on Glastonbury's Other Stage, before making a surprise appearance during The Killers' headline set on the Pyramid Stage.

The guitar legend first joined Brandon Flowers and co for their cover of The Smiths' This Charming Man, before he accompanied them on their enduring anthem, Mr. Brightside.

Watch Johnny Marr with the band in our video:

Johnny Marr will also continue performing throughout the summer, including festival dates at Truck, Tramlines and Edinburgh Summer Sessions.

See Johnny Marr's 2019 UK tour dates here:

Friday 19 July - The Waterfront, Norwich - SOLD OUT

Saturday 20 July - Tramlines Festival, Sheffield

Friday 26 July - Carfest North, Cheshire

Saturday 27 July - Truck Festival, Steventon

Sunday 28 July - Inner City Live, Perry Park, Birmingham

Wednesday 31 July - The Welly Club, Hull - SOLD OUT

Thursday 1 August - The Middlesborough Empire, Middlesborough - SOLD OUT

Friday 2 August - Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Beaufort

Saturday 10 August - Edinburgh Summer Sessions, Edinburgh

Wednesday 4 September - Albert Hall Manchester - SOLD OUT

Thursday 5 September - Albert Hall Manchester

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