Alter Bridge announce UK arena tour with Black Stone Cherry and Theory Of A Deadman

Following their awe-inspiring slot at the Download Festival this past weekend, Alter Bridge are delighted to announce they will return to the UK this Winter for their first arena tour here.

Since Alter Bridge formed in 2004, the band have built a diehard fanbase through relentless touring and stellar live performances, selling more than a million albums and in the process becoming one of the most respected rock bands in the world. Their third studio album, AB III, released last October and rocketing up to #9 in the UK album chart, was phenomenally received by critics and fans alike, blasting away any preconceptions and firmly lodging itself in many ‘Top 10 “end of year” lists.

Special guests on the trek will be none other than their Southern rockin’ labelmates Black Stone Cherry, who just two weeks ago released their brand new album ‘Between The Devil And the Deep Blue Sea’, crashing into the UK national album chart at an impressive #13.

It has also been revealed that Theory Of A Deadman will also be on the tour and opening for both bands.

Tickets are £24.50 regionally and £26 for London and will go on general sale from 9am on Friday 17th June from www.livenation.co.uk.

Get your rocks off at:
Tue 22nd Nov – Birmingham LG Arena
Wed 23rd Nov – ?Cardiff Motor Point Arena
Thu 24th Nov – ?Manchester Evening News Arena
Sat 26th Nov – ?Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Sun 27th Nov – Glasgow SECC
Tue 29th Nov – ?London Wembley Arena

A big fan of UK audiences, you can also catch Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy performing with legendary guitarist/songwriter Slash in July, at Dublin’s Oxegen Festival (10th) and London’s High Voltage Festival (23rd), as well as a clutch of regional headline shows in Birmingham (20th), Manchester (21st), Stoke (24th), and Leeds (25th).

     

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