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Tour for The Killers
The group have said that they are going to be touring around the United Kingdom soon, and the shows are going to be taking place in locations such as Glasgow, where fans will get to see The Killers come October 26th this year.
Another Scottish location, Aberdeen, will be home to a Killers gig the next night, October 27th.
Meanwhile, Birmingham, Nottingham and Newcastle, down in England, will receive performances on October 31st, November 3rd and November 4th, before the group move on to the Welsh city of Cardiff.
The so-called steel city, Sheffield, is next up – with a gig on November 8th. And Liverpool and Manchester are going to be home to gigs on the 9th and 13th.
London, meanwhile, is going to be getting two gigs, on November 16th and November 17th.
Smile Like You Mean It group The Killers have got plans to bring out a fresh LP, called Battle Born, this month. Their past albums include Sam's Town and Day & Age.
Published by AW.Posted on 4 Sep 2012 16:37 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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