DMA'S UK tour dates: how to get tickets

2 February 2020, 07:30 | Updated: 7 July 2020, 12:32

The Aussie trio have announced a string of dates this year, which will include a show at London's Alexandra Palace in October.

DMA's have announced new UK dates in support of their new album The Glow.

The Aussie trio will embark on new dates in May, which will see them visit a string of venues - plus they'll play their biggest headline show to date at London's Alexandra Palace on Friday 23 October.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday 7 February 2020. Fans who have preordered the new album from the official artist store will receive access to an exclusive 48-hour priority ticket fan pre-sale, which opens at 9am on Wednesday 5 February. Visit for full ticket details.

See DMA'S 2020 UK dates so far:


Tuesday 5 March - ULU London (Australian Bushfire benefit gig - SOLD OUT)
Friday 6 March O2 Academy Brixton, Brixton (SOLD OUT)


Friday 1 May - Bonus Arena, Hull
Saturday 2 May - Live At Leeds, Leeds
Sunday 3 May - Hit The North Festival, Newcastle
Tuesday 5 May - 02 Guildhall, Southampton
Wednesday 6 May - University of East Anglia, Norwich


Thursday 9 July - Sounds of The City - Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 18 July - Hampden Park, Glasgow (supporting Gerry Cinnamon - SOLD OUT)
Thursday 30 July- Sunday 2 August - Kendal Calling, Cumbria
Friday 31 July - Sunday 2 August - Truck Festival, Steventon


Friday 23 October - Alexandra Palace, London

DMAs UK tour poster
DMAs UK tour poster. Picture: Press

The tour will support the band's third studio album, The Glow, which is set for release on 24 April 2020.

From it comes their new single, Life is A Game of Changing - watch the brand new video for the single here:

DMA'S - The Glow tracklisting

Never Before
The Glow
Life Is A Game of Changing
Learning Alive
Hello Girlfriend
Round & Around

VIDEO: DMA'S talk pub session with Liam Gallagher and son Gene

Meanwhile, last week saw the Silver rockers add a new special benefit gig to their UK dates. The gig - which will take place at the University of London on 5 March 2020, will raise funds for Wildlife Victoria's Australian Bushfire Relief Fund.