See The Libertines on their 2019 December UK tour
28 June 2019, 10:42 | Updated: 28 June 2019, 10:46
The Don't Look Back Into The Sun rockers will play dates across the UK this winter. Find out where they're headed and how to buy tickets.
The Libertines have announced UK tour dates for December 2019.
Time For Heroes rockers - who are comprised of Pete Doherty, Carl Barât, John Hassall and Gary Powell - will hit the road at the end of the year with shows which includes homecoming dates at London's O2 Academy Brixton on 18 December.
Tickets went on sale on Friday 28 June at 9am from gigsandtours.com/tour/thelibertines and the rockers have just added extra dates due to popular demand in Manchester, Birmingham and London.
💥 A lot of tickets went very quickly today but we’ve managed to add some extra shows in some cities. Thank you to everybody who’s joining this already... and if you’re not; here’s your chance. Tickets are at https://t.co/WlhlgmhTNS pic.twitter.com/JLya9baTM0— Libertines (@libertines) June 28, 2019
See The Libertines 2019 UK tour dates below:
3 December - Bournemouth O2 Academy
4 December - Leeds O2 Academy - SOLD OUT
6 December - Dundee Caird Hall - SOLD OUT
7 December - Glasgow Barrowland - SOLD OUT
8 December - Glasgow Barrowland - - SOLD OUT
10 December - Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse - SOLD OUT
11 December - Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse - EXTRA DATE ADDED
12 December - Nottingham Rock City
14 December - Birmingham O2 Academy
15 December - Birmingham O2 Academy - EXTRA DATE ADDED
16 December - Bristol O2 Academy - SOLD OUT
18 December - London O2 Academy Brixton - SOLD OUT
19 December - London O2 Academy Brixton -EXTRA DATE ADDED
Meanwhile, Carl Barat has revealed that "dates are in the diary" to make The Libertines new album.
The Camden-based outfit last released an album in 2015 with Anthems For Doomed Youth, but the rocker says they have some "stuff up (their) sleeves" for its follow-up.
Asked by Radio X presenter Gordon Smart if the band has anything planned for the new record, Barât replied: "We very much don't want to rely on having stuff up our sleeves, but we've got some stuff up our sleeves, don't worry about it."
He added: "We've been down and done a few writing sessions already and we're going to sort of bed-in and do something..."
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