Black Peaks have announced they will be touring the UK this spring.
Kicking off in Glasgow on April 20, the six-date trek culminates in a hometown show at Chalk in Brighton on April 30.
These will be Black Peaks first live shows since Download festival last summer after being forced to cancel their November headline run (plus shows with Gojira and Smashing Pumpkins) due to serious illness.
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“Last year was a bumpy ride for all of us at camp Black Peaks,” says frontman Will Gardner, “but we’re getting stuck right into 2020 by playing some of our favourite cities with two wicked bands. We can’t wait to see you all again.”
Supporting Black Peaks on tour will be St Pierre Snake Invasion and Sugar Horse.
Tickets for the Black Peak tour go on sale on February 7 at 10am. Tickets previously bought for Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol are valid for the new shows. Tickets previously bought for Glasgow Garage are valid at the Oran Mor and those previously bought for London Electric Ballroom are valid for the Scala.
Black Peaks UK tour 2020
20 Glasgow, Oran Mor
21 Manchester, Gorilla
22 Birmingham, Institute 2
24 London, The Scala
26 Bristol, The Fleece
30 Brighton, Chalk
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