Blondie have announced a run of UK tour dates for later this year. The legendary NYC band released their eleventh studio album ‘Pollinator’ back in May – produced by John Congleton at The Magic Shop in NYC, the album debuted at number four in the UK charts and was preceded by singles ‘Fun’ and ‘Long Time’.
The tour announcement follows their support slot for Phil Collins in London’s Hyde Park on June 30th 2017, where they’ll return to in September as part of this year’s Radio 2 Festival. The band also played London’s Camden Roundhouse in May; their first gig on UK soil since 2014, which saw them treat the crowd to a combination of both hits and new tracks. The tour, in support of ‘Pollinator’, will begin in Manchester on November 11th 2017 and come to an end in London on November 16th 2017, stopping off in Birmingham and Glasgow.
The dates are as follows:
10th: BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, London
11th: O2 Apollo, Manchester 13th: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham 14th: SSE Hydro, Glasgow 16th: O2 Brixton Academy, London