News Mon 24 Jun 2019

THE LIBERTINES ANNOUNCE 9 UK SHOWS IN DECEMBER

THE LIBERTINES ANNOUNCE 9 UK SHOWS IN DECEMBER

THE LIBERTINES

 9 UK SHOWS IN DECEMBER

 

(OCTOBER & NOVEMBER)

The Libertines are very happy to announce a nine-date Christmas jaunt accross the UK in December. Tickets, for what is The Libertines first headline tour in over two years, go on sale at 9:00am on Friday 28th June and will be available HERE.

The full dates are:

DECEMBER

3rd Tuesday         Bournemouth    O2 Academy

4th Wednesday       Leeds          O2 Academy

6th Friday          Dundee         Caird Hall

7th Saturday        Glasgow        Barrowland Ballroom

10th Tuesday        Manchester     O2 Victoria Warehouse

12th Thursday       Nottingham     Rock City

14th Saturday       Birmingham     O2 Academy

16th Monday         Bristol        O2 Academy

18th Wednesday      London         O2 Academy Brixton

The Libertines bar ‘The Waste Land’ and recording studio, at ‘The Albion Rooms’ in Margate, open on the 16th August. More details on the opening celebrations of the bar and studio to follow shortly.

As previously announced Peter Doherty and Carl Barât play two acoustic shows at London’s Hackney Empire on Thursday 5th September and Friday 6th September, as part of Somewhere Festival, which sold-out within minutes of going on sale.

Peter Doherty recently released his acclaimed new album ‘Peter Doherty &  The Puta Madres’ and toured the UK and Europe. Carl Barât latterly

returned from a sold-out tour of the far East. The Libertines are

currently working on their fourth album, the followup to the No.3 UK charting album ’Anthems For Doomed Youth’ (2015), which spawned the hits

‘Gunga Din,’ ‘Heart Of The Matter’ and ‘You’re My Waterloo.’

The Libertines released their debut single, ‘What A Waster,’ in 2002. A second single ‘Up The Bracket' was released in September of the same year and hit the UK Top 30 and was followed by their debut album, also entitled ‘Up The Bracket’ (produced by Mick Jones - The Clash). ‘Time For Heroes' was unveiled in January 2003, followed by 'Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’ (produced by Bernard Butler). A second album, ‘The Libertines,’ was released in August 2004 and entered the UK album chart at Number One, spawning the top 10 singles ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’ and ‘What Became Of The Likely Lads.’

Following the release of ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’ The Libertines played to over a million fans worldwide, including sold out shows at Hyde Park, three nights at Alexandra Palace, seven UK Arena shows, Brixton Academy, The Roundhouse, The Royal Festival Hall, along with headlining Reading, Leeds, Y Not, Victorious, Truck, T In The Park and On BlackHeath Festivals.