Glass Animals LOTI

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Animals have had a monumental year, releasing their incredible debut album ‘ZABA’ and touring the world bringing the exotic tracks to life. How does one celebrate such success one might ask? Two ways spring to mind for the Oxford boys…

1: Fish fight’s (Yes, you heard us right and you are welcome)
2: The bands largest ever headline UK tour next month

When and where are the band playing we hear you cry. In the words of the quartet ‘Alright come close, let me show you everything I know’. Everything we know is that 11 dates have been announced, including a sold out show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire. The tour kicks off in Cambridge and concludes in Liverpool.

Glass Animals – Live Dates

2nd March – Junction, Cambridge
3rd March – Academy 2, Oxford
4th March – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
5th March – Gorilla, Manchester
6th March – Riverside, Newcastle
7th March – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
9th March – Concorde 2, Brighton
10th March – Shepherds Bush Empire, London
11th March – Komedia, Bath
12th March – The Globe, Cardiff
13th March – The Kazimier, Liverpool