Arcade Fire Add New Date To 2018 UK Tour

24 November 2017, 06:00

Arcade Fire 2017

Find out how to get tickets to the Everything Now outfit's tour next spring.

Arcade Fire have added a new date at London's SSE Arena, Wembley on 13 April for their 2018 UK Tour.

The Canadian outfit will now play three dates in the capital, as well as shows in Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

Tickets for the new date are on sale now

See Arcade Fire's  2018 Tour Dates below:

6 April - 3Arena, Dublin
8 April - Manchester Arena
11 April - SSE Wembley Arena, London
12 April - SSE Wembley Arena, London
13 April - SSE Wembley Arena, London *JUST ADDED
15 April - Genting Arena, Birmingham
16 April - SSE Hydro, Glasgow

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The news will be music to the ears of fans who managed to miss their gigs on this side of the pond this year.

After headlining Isle Of Wight Festival, the band played two intimate shows at London's York Hall, where they gave a stunning set to an VIP-filled crowd.

Watch them perform Rebellion (Lies) here:

The audience - which boasted celebrity guests in Woody Harrelson, Jude Law and LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy - were asked to turn on their phone torches for an infectious rendition of Reflektor.

Watch our clip of the moment here:

Their encore also saw them lead the crowd in a chorus of "aahs" for Wake Up.

Watch it below:

The We Used To Wait outfit also played Manchester's Castlefield Bowl as part of Sounds Of The City 2017.

Watch the crowd singalong to Wake Up in a video shot by Jon Mo. 

A welcome surprise came in the form of a short cover of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us apart, which came after their last track Neon Bible.

Watch it here:

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