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Pale Waves Announces New Tour Dates In The UK & Japan

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[Photo via Kelsi Luck]

Ahead of the September 20 release of their record, Smitten, Pale Waves is trekking across North America supporting PVRIS through July 12. Then, it’s time for the English rockers to headline shows across the UK.

Pale Waves announced their UK dates, which will begin on October 10 at The Waterfront in Norwich and wrap up on October 17 in London’s HERE at Outernet. Additionally, the group recently shared that they’ll be performing two shows in December in Japan—one in Osaka and one in Tokyo.

UK-based fans who pre-order Smitten via Dirty Hit before 3 PM BST on Tuesday, July 2, will be able to secure pre-sale tickets. All fans can secure tickets beginning on Friday, July 5, at 10 AM BST. Additionally, pre-sale tickets for the Japanese shows are live as of now, and all general tickets will go live on July 13 at 10 AM JST.

Grab your tickets for Pale Waves’ upcoming shows here and check out their full route below.

Tour Dates:

  • July 1 — St. Petersburg, FL@ Jannus Live
  • July 2 — Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
  • July 5 — Houston, TX @ House of Blues
  • July 6 — Austin, TX @ Emo’s Austin
  • July 7 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
  • July 9 — Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
  • July 10 — San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
  • July 12 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
  • Oct. 3—Norwich, UK @ The Waterfront
  • Oct. 4—Liverpool, UK @ O2 Academy Liverpool
  • Oct. 6—Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
  • Oct. 8—Brighton, UK @ CHALK
  • Oct. 9—Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy Bristol
  • Oct. 10—Sheffield, UK @ Foundry
  • Oct. 11—Dundee, UK @ Fat Sam’s
  • Oct. 13—Glasgow, UK @ SWG3 Glasgow
  • Oct. 14—Newcastle, UK @ Boiler Shop
  • Oct. 15—Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute Birmingham
  • Oct. 17—London, UK @ HERE at Outernet
  • Dec. 9—Osaka, JP @ BIGCAT
  • Dec. 10—Tokyo, JP @ Toyosu PIT
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