Slaves have announced their biggest UK tour to date, including a Manchester gig at Manchester Academy. The announcement comes ahead of the release of their third album Acts of Fear and Love.
The eleven date UK wide tour opens on 7 November 2018 and includes a show at London’s legendary Alexandra Palace.
Acts of Fear and Love is the band’s third album and will be released from Virgin EMI/AMF Records on 17 August. The album reflects that fear and love may actually be the biggest motivators in the world at the moment.
For the tour, Slaves have handpicked the support acts. Kentish punk raconteurs Lady Bird (the first signing to Slaves Girl Fight record label) will be opening the shows. Caustic Aussie pub punks Amyl and the Sniffers will be bringing their own distinct brand of riotous noise along for the ride.
When do Slaves headline at Manchester Academy?
Slaves will headline at Manchester Academy on 17 November 2018. The Manchester gig is one of 11 UK dates they have announced:
7 November – Newcastle, O2 Academy
8 November – Glasgow, Barrowland
10 November – Nottingham, Rock City
15 November – Norwich, UEA
16 November – Liverpool, O2 Academy
17 November – Manchester, Manchester Academy
19 November – Leeds, O2 Academy
20 November – Bristol, O2 Academy
22 November – Cardiff, Tramshed
23 November – Birmingham, O2 Academy
24 November – London, Alexandra Palace
When do tickets for Slaves at Manchester Academy go on sale?
Tickets for Slaves’ UK tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 10 August. A presale is available for fans who preorder the album before 4pm on Tuesday 7 August.
Author: Editorial Team
Live Manchester editorial team