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Keane to tour
The UK tour, which stretched across the latter stages of November and into the early parts of December, will also involve a trip to Dublin, in Ireland as well as Belfast, the group has announced.
Meanwhile, the Somewhere Only We Know band will visit the likes of London, Bournemouth and Manchester.
Edinburgh is the first city in the tour, with the group heading there come November 19th.
Dublin and Belfast will get the Keane treatment come the 21st and 22nd with a short gap before gigs take place on the 28th, 29th and 30th in Nottingham, Manchester and London.
December 2nd will see the boys in Brighton, while the 3rd will see them in Margate and the 4th in Bournemouth.
Keane have had numerous UK hits, including tracks Is It Any Wonder and Everybody's Changing.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Aug 2012 16:56 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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