Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls Announce Winter UK Tour

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls Announce Winter UK Tour

frank-turnermenuHaving just performed a rapturous headline show on the third stage at Download Festival –  Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls announce details of a huge UK tour to take place this winter.


frank-turner_01Aside from the many festival appearances confirmed for the summer – including the Main Stage at Reading + Leeds Festival – this will be the first time fans can see the full-band show since their sold out Brixton Academy gig in December 2010.

Full dates are:


23 Newport, Newport Centre

24 Birmingham O2 Academy

25 Glasgow Barrowlands

26 Manchester O2 Apollo

27 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo

As Frank’s fourth album rides high in the charts, the year is looking as busy as ever. Frank will be headlining Blissfields Festival on 1st July then will be playing at Guernsey Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Port Eliot, Kendal Calling, Mannifest and a host of European festivals throughout the summer.

He then heads across the Atlantic for his largest full band USA tour in the Autumn to then return to the UK for the above dates.

His meteoric rise to superstardom gathers speed as his never-ending tour of everywhere continues apace.

What The Press Say

Reviews of ‘England Keep My Bones’:

“Turner proves himself an accomplished and impassioned storyteller. Stirring stuff.” Q 4 stars

"a fearless venture for an artist with something interesting to say" 8/10 NME

"The wonderfully titled England Keep My Bones’ features some of the finest songs Frank has yet written." 4/5 Kerrang!

"One of the UK’s greatest songwriting talents…these songs will be soundtracking many of our lives for years to come." Rocksound 9/10

"The high priest of protest song sings on." Evening Standard 3/5

"Four albums into his solo career…"folk punk" man looks poised for a breakout beyond his loyal following." Observer

"this is an exuberant yet quietly sophisticated triumph" BBC online

Nice to know XFM and Download, + at least a few hundred thousand rate Frank
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