Still paid for by those butter ads, el Rotto and Public Image return to the UK.
The band, who sort of invented post punk and cut a run of four albums that still sound like the future, are back for festivals and some unlikely smaller towns…
The last tour was great, so you are advised to get down there…Public Image UK tour

UK Dates

Coventry Kasbah- 31st May
Middlesbrough Empire- 1st June
Cardiff Millennium Music Hall- 2nd June
Sheffield Corporation- 6th June
Preston 53 Degrees- 7th June
Isle Of Wight Festival- 12th June
GuilFest- 17th July

European Dates

Barcelona, Primavera Sound Festival- 26th May
Brussels, Ancienne Belgique- 4th June
Dublin, Tripod- 10th June
Copenhagen, Vega Main Hall- 20th June
Oslo, Rockefeller- 21st June
Gothenburg, Tradgarn- 22nd June
Azzano, Fiera Della Musica Festival, Italy- 8th July
Bazant Pohoda Festival, Slovakia- 9th July

Tickets- 24 hour pre sale- 9am Wednesday March 23rd –
General Sale- 9am Thursday March 24th –

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