The Last Shadow Puppets
Alex Turner and Miles Kane are back with a tour of the UK and Ireland. Catch The Last Shadow Puppets live in July.
The Last Shadow Puppets extra tour dates
Updated: 5 April 2016
Miles Kane and Alex Turner, The Last Shadow Puppets, have confirmed two additional tour dates in Newcastle and Leicester.
The pair will perform at Newcastle’s City Hall on 30 May and Leicester’s De Montfort Hall on 31 May. The dates are ahead of their run of shows set for July.
The Last Shadow Puppets 2016 tour dates support their second album, Everything You’ve Come To Expect. The collection follows 2008’s acclaimed The Age Of The Understatement.
The Last Shadow Puppets extend UK tour
Updated: 18 February 2016
After The Last Shadow Puppets announced their tour in early February, the group have confirmed additional tour dates. The gigs will take their initial four-dates up to ten.
The band’s tour will now kick off on 24 March at Cambridge’s Corn Exchange. The group will then play Middlesbrough’s Town Hall on 25 March and Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on 26 March.
April sees The Last Shadow Puppets head to London’s Hackney Empire (1 April), Liverpool’s Olympia (2 April) and Sheffield’s City Hall (3 April).
Ending their tour in July, Alex Turner and Miles Kane will play Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl (10 July), Bridlington’s The Spa (12 July) and Bournemouth’s BIC (13 July). The run of shows will be completed with two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace on 15 and 16 July.
The Last Shadow Puppets UK tour
Updated: 5 February 2016
The Last Shadow Puppets, brain-child of Arctic Monkey’s Alex Turner and The Rascals’ Miles Kane, return for a four-date tour in July.
The band will play a handful of tour dates this summer starting in Manchester on 20 July with a massive show at Castlefield Bowl.
The group will then head to Bridlington’s The Spa for a gig on 12 July and the following night will see them take over Bournemouth’s BIC. Completing their short tour, The Last Shadow Puppets will play London’s Alexandra Palace on Friday 15 July and Saturday 16 July.
The Last Shadow Puppets released their first album back in 2008; The Age Of The Understatement smashed the UK charts and peaked at No.1.
April 2016 sees the release of Everything You’ve Come to Expect, which is their much-awaited follow-up to their debut.