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Paul Weller Announces Winter Arena Tour!

From Paul Weller Official:

Following his five sell out dates at the Royal Albert Hall this May, Paul will be taking 'Wake Up The Nation' on the road with an arena tour this winter.

And as a thank you to all his loyal fans there will be an exclusive pre-sale for all the dates next Wednesday (March 24), click here on the day to make sure you'll be at your desired gig.

Tickets will then go on general sale on Friday March 26 via theticketfactory.com or the hotline on 0844 338 0000.

The full list:

November

Tue 23rd - Brighton Centre
Wed 24th - Brighton Centre
Fri 26th - Birmingham Arena
Sat 27th - Cardiff International Arena
Sun 28th - Bournemouth Int Centre
Tue 30th - Sheffield Arena

December

Wed 1st - Newcastle Arena
Fri 3rd - Manchester MEN Arena
Sat 4th - Glasgow SECC
Sun 5th - Aberdeen ECC
Tue 7th - Blackpool Empress Ballroom
Wed 8th - Liverpool ECHO Arena
Fri 10th - London Wembley Arena

PLUS: Paul will be playing 5 nights at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin!!

November
Tue 16th - Dublin, Olympia
Wed 17th - Dublin, Olympia
Thu 18th - Dublin, Olympia
Fri 19th - Dublin, Olympia
Sat 20th - Dublin, Olympia

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