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Paul Weller Announces November UK Tour Dates!

We're really pleased to have you be the first to know about Pauls winter tour....!

Paul will be doing a full UK tour in November and exclusively for you, there's a pre-sale date for the tickets so you can get your tickets before anyone else. The dates are:


Thu 6th Crawley - K2
Sat 8th Southend - Cliffs Pavilion
Thu 13th Aberdeen - Press & Journal Arena
Fri 14th Glasgow - SECC
Sat 15th Newcastle - Metro Radio Arena
Mon 17th Liverpool - Echo Arena
Tue 18th Manchester - Evening News Arena
Thu 20th Cardiff - International Arena
Fri 21st Birmingham - NEC
Sat 22nd Nottingham - Arena
Mon 24th London - Brixton Academy

TICKETS:30.00 (35.00 London) Maximum 6 tickets per household

The tickets will go on sale to the general public on the 2nd May. But for you only, you can get the tickets on the 30th April from 9am with a 48 hour exclusive!

Don't try now guys cause it won't work- so remember this link on Wednesday 30th April 9am to get your tickets before anyone else CLICK HERE


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