As promised, Scottish punk legends THE SKIDS will be playing a series of UK shows this Spring, followed by an appearance at REBELLION.
The shows, which celebrate the Dunfermline band's 40th anniversary, will include a London show at the Roundhouse, their first gig in the capital since 1981. The line-up will consist of former members Richard Jobson, Bill Simpson and Mike Baillie, plus BIG COUNTRY guitarists Bruce and Jamie Watson. They play....
26 May Academy, Dublin
27 May Limelight, Belfast
1 June Picturedome, Holmfirth
2 June O2 Ritz, Manchester
15 June Junction, Cambridge
16 June Roundhouse, London
17 June Concorde 2, Brighton
30 June Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline
3-6 Aug Rebellion, Blackpool
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Wednesday 7 September here.
Formed in 1977, The Skids supported The Clash before signing to Virgin and releasing a string of hit singles including 'Into The Valley, 'Masquerade' and 'Working For The Yankee Dollar'. They released four increasingly ambitious albums, splintering towards the end, with guitarist Stuart Adamson going on to achieve worldwide success with Big Country, before taking his own life in 2001. The band has reunited for a handful of gigs since 2007.
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