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Kids In Glass Houses Announce ‘Smart Casual’ Anniversary Tour

Kids In Glass Houses took to the stage for the first time in nine years at Slam Dunk Festival this past weekend. Celebrating the 15th anniversary of their debut album Smart Casual, it was a triumphant return that brought one of the biggest crowds of the weekend at both sites. And for all those who weren’t able to make it, not to fear. The band are extending the celebrations to the end of 2023 and taking them around the country.

Oh yes, Kids In Glass Houses are going on tour. The THIS 15 SMART CASUAL Live tour will be hitting six cities around the UK. Starting in Glasgow and ending in Cardiff, with Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London in between, they will be performing the album in full.

Vocalist Aled Phillips had this to say about it:

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“We really can’t wait to hit the road in October and return to some much-loved corners of the UK. We’ve missed being on stage and sharing that experience with our fans more than words can say, so we truly can’t wait to get back out there and see some familiar and, hopefully, new faces.  It’s been too long.”

So, that’s going to mean a bit of this:

And this:

Here are the all-important dates then. get them on your calendar. Tickets will be on sale from June 2nd. If you also pre-order the 15th-anniversary edition of the album, you get early access:

  • Oct 15 – Glasgow, UK @ SWG3
  • Oct 16 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Academy 2
  • Oct 17 – Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute
  • Oct 18 – London @ O2 Forum Kentish Town
  • Oct 20 – Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy Bristol
  • Oct 21 – Cardiff, UK @ Cardiff University Great Hall
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