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You Me At Six Will Be Playing More Take Off Your Colours Anniversary Shows

The tour’s sold out… but don’t panic.

You Me At Six have already sold out their just-announced 10th anniversary Take Off Your Colours gigs (along with the rest of their UK tour – nice one, chaps), and have confirmed they’ll be adding even more dates very soon.

Frontman Josh Franceschi took to the band’s social media to reassure fans missing out on the celebratory dates that they’ll have more chances to catch YMA6’s anniversary shows later in the year – so keep your eyes peeled for those. Josh – who has famously campaigned against touts in the past – has also encouraged fans to stay away from secondary ticketing sites…

We can’t wait to get out on the road in November and play new music from our new album VI live,” the band said in their original TOYC announcement. On top of this, we know that Take Off Your Colours has played a huge part in a lot of our fan’s lives and we’re looking forward to playing that through in full on the added dates!”

Check out the full list of dates (so far) below:

November

22 Birmingham O2 Academy
23 Manchester Victoria Warehouse
24 Manchester Victoria Warehouse (performing Take Off Your Colours)
27 Glasgow Barrowland
28 Glasgow Barrowland (performing Take Off Your Colours)
30 London O2 Academy Brixton 

December

1 Cardiff University Great Hall
2 London O2 Academy Brixton (performing Take Off Your Colours)

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Posted on July 27th 2018, 2:34p.m.
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