Last month, Deaf Havana confirmed a string of UK dates for November, which are expected to see the band wrap up the album cycle for their latest full-length effort, ‘Rituals’.
The band have now confirmed the addition of a special show at the Alexandra Palace Theatre in London to the run, in which they’ll be performing two different sets, though what to expect from each one is uncertain at the moment.
Much like the other dates throughout the tour, the newly announced London show will see the band team up with the organisation Plus1, through which £1 from every ticket sale goes directly to the charity War Child UK, who work to help children in areas of the world afflicted by war.
You can find all of the band’s forthcoming UK tour dates listed below.
NOVEMBER 06 – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2
NOVEMBER 07 – OXFORD, Academy
NOVEMBER 08 – LONDON, Alexandra Palace Theatre (performing two sets)
NOVEMBER 09 – WOLVERHAMPTON, Steel Mill
NOVEMBER 11 – BOURNEMOUTH, Old Fire Station
NOVEMBER 12 – NORTHAMPTON, Roadmender
NOVEMBER 13 – LEEDS, Stylus
Tickets for the London show will go on sale from 10:00AM on Friday (September 13th 2019), whilst all other tour dates are on sale now, and can be purchased online from the band’s official website (here).
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