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Winter Tour Dates From PaulWeller.com


If you are on the mailing list for the official site, you've no doubt received this message in the last 24hrs. We've finally got some official word about those tour dates.

We hope you're enjoying your Summer and catching some of the live Weller highlights. If you were at the Hop Farm yesterday, hope you enjoyed it and maybe see you again at this Fridays special at the Eden project.

Cheers for the support!

Looking ahead, Paul has been very keen to get out and about around the country again this Autumn and we are pleased to let you know that he has sorted out the following dates:

NOVEMBER 2009
Wed 25th - Derby, Assembly Room (01332 255413)
Thu 26th - Norwich, UEA (01603 508050)
Sat 28th - Preston, Guildhall (0845 3442012)
Sun 29th - Glasgow, Barrowlands (0141 2045151)
Mon 30th - Dundee, Caird Hall (01382 434940)

DECEMBER 2009
Wed 2nd - Halifax, Victoria Theatre (01422 351158)
Thu 3rd - Carlisle, Sands Centre (01228 625222)
Fri 4th - Bridlington, Spa (01262 678 258)
Sun 6th - Bradford, St George's Hall (01274 432000)
Mon 7th - Llandudno, Venue Cymru (01492 872000
Tue 8th - Portsmouth, Guildhall (023 92824355)
Thu 10th - Margate, Winter Gardens (01843 292795)
Fri 11th - Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre (024 76524524)
Sat 12th - Cambridge Corn Exchange (01223 357851)

Tickets formally go on sale to the general public this Friday (10th) at 9am but for Weller fans like yourself there will be an opportunity to get early access through a pre-sale which will go live on Wednesday (8th) at 9am.

We'll let you have the link tomorrow so keep an eye out for that.

Cheers!

paulweller.com


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