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Feeder announce October tour
Electric guitar group Feeder have announced the details of a forthcoming tour of the UK.
The indie band are to travel around the country in the autumn, starting off with a gig at Leeds Metropolitan University on October 21st 2010.
Feeder will then go on to play venues including the ABC in Glasgow, Manchester Academy 2 and the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton.
They will also perform shows in cities including Bristol, London and Oxford.
The short tour will come to a close at Southampton University on October 31st.
The event was put on by Gibson and Harley-Davidson to celebrate the art of customisation, whether being carried out on a musical instrument or a motorcycle.
Feeder's support act was Brighton-based band The Crave, while members of The Maccabees played DJ sets at the event.Posted on 24 May 2010 17:50 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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