The Vaccines tour the UK this autumn in support of their new album English Graffiti, including shows in London, Nottingham and Brighton.
The Vaccines extend UK tour
Updated: 4 June 2015
The Vaccines have extended their November tour to include a third London date and a gig in Cambridge.
The group will now return to the capital on 26 November to play their third show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton (following their dates on 22 and 23 November), which will now mark the end of their 2015 tour.
Along with their extra London shows, The Vaccines are due to play the Cambridge Corn Exchange on 25 November. The dates are part of their November UK tour that in support of English Graffiti.
The Vaccines November tour
Updated: 20 April 2015
The Vaccines return to the road in November in support of their third album, English Graffiti.
The four-piece’s tour will get underway in Blackpool on 10 November and will come to an end with two headline dates at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on 22 and 23 November.
Their tour will visit Plymouth, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Bridlington, Wolverhampton and Brighton. Summer sees the band play a number of festivals including T in the Park and Latitude Festival.
The Vaccines 2015 tour dates follow the release of English Graffiti. The collection is the follow-up to Come Of Age and includes singles Handsome and Dream Lover.
The Vaccines UK tour
Updated: 23 January 2015
The Vaccines embark on a nine-date tour in March 2015. The group, who formed in London during 2010, will perform in cities such as Glasgow, London and Manchester.
Kicking off their tour at Nottingham’s Rocky City on 27 March, The Vaccines head to Hartlepool, Glasgow and Scunthorpe before continuing their live dates in April. The tour continues with shows in Manchester, Portsmouth, Bath, Folkestone and London.
About The Vaccines
Justin Young, Árni Hjörvar, Freddie Cowan and Pete Robertson released their debut album, What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?, in 2011. Their energetic concerts quickly established The Vaccines a fan-base and eventually led to their contract with Columbia Records along with a blizzard of rave reviews in the press and music blogs.
The following year they continued their success with a No.1 album, Come Of Age. The band have toured with the who’s who of the music world opening for The Rolling Stones, Artic Monkeys, Arcade Fire, Muse and Red Hot Chilli Peppers.