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Biffy Clyro Announce UK Arena Tour

Biffy Clyro will be hitting the road later in the year in support of their new album A Celebration Of Endings.

The mighty Biffy Clyro have just announced a huge UK arena tour for this September and October.

The Scottish rock titans will be hitting Aberdeen, Glasgow, Nottingham, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Leeds, Belfast, Cardiff and Bournemouth later in the year in support of their upcoming album A Celebration Of Endings, which is due out on May 15. The tour is the band’s first full-scale UK arena run in four years, and is, quite simply, not to be missed.

Discussing A Celebration Of Endings, frontman Simon Neil revealed, This is a very forward-looking album from a personal perspective and a societal perspective. The title is about seeing the joy in things changing, rather than the sadness. Change means progression and evolution. You can retain everything you loved before, but let’s lose the bad shit. It’s about trying to take back control.” 

Sounds like the perfect record to take on the road, then…

Read this next: How Biffy Clyro rediscovered their love of rock music

Catch Biffy Clyro live at the following dates:

September

25 Aberdeen P&J Arena
26 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
27 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
29 Newcastle Utilita Arena
30 Birmingham Utilita Arena

October

1 London The O2
3 Manchester Arena
4 Leeds First Direct Arena
6 Belfast SSE Arena
9 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
11 Bournemouth BIC

Pre-order A Celebration Of Endings before 4pm on March 16 to gain access to pre-sale tickets. Alternatively, general sale is available from 10am on March 20 via the Kerrang! Ticket Store.

Biffy Clyro Uk Arena Tour 2020
Posted on March 11th 2020, 10:11a.m.
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