South Arcade have announced a run of UK tour dates including a Manchester gig at the Deaf Institute.  The gig in Manchester is one of six UK dates they have confirmed.

The rising alternative stars will head back out on the road for the Arc.Angel Tour, which comes after a run of 3 sold-out UK shows last month for the four-piece.

Speaking about the tour, South Arcade said, “We’re so excited to be back out in March playing our biggest tour yet, headlining cities we’ve never headlined before and meeting even more of our amazing fans! It’s so incredible that we have such a supportive fan base and although it’s a bit nerve-wracking, we can’t wait to give them our most exciting run of shows so far.”

The band, who are inspired by the 2000’s pop rock era have built up a strong wave of support tour with the likes of Dead Pony, RØRY and Yours Truly.  Their most recent single release, Silverlight, follows on from unaware, DANGER and their most streamed track to date, Sound Of An Empty Room, which has over 483k streams on Spotify alone.

When do South Arcade headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?

South Arcade headline at the Deaf Institute Manchester on 13 March 2024.  The Manchester gig is one of six UK dates they have announced:
10 March   –   Bristol, Exchange
12 March   –   Birmingham, O2 Academy 3
13 March   –   Manchester, Deaf Institute
14 March   –   Leeds, Oporto
16 March   –  Glasgow, The Garage (Attic Bar)
20 March   –   London, The Underworld