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Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons Announces UK Tour Dates

Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons have confirmed that they will be heading out on a headline tour of the UK in October/November 2019. The news comes off the back of the bands recent support slot opening up for Slash across the UK which saw the ex-Motorhead guitarist and his band in the largest UK venues of their career so far. The newly announced run will give any new fans the chance to see what a full Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons show looks like.

Phil commented on the newly announced dates “We are looking forward heading back out across the UK at the end of the year to play some new places and some of our regular favourites. We’ll be playing a mixture of songs off The Age Of Absurdity, Motörhead classics and maybe even a song or 2 off my upcoming solo album”

Oct/Nov UK Tour 2019:

29.10 - Stoke, Sugarmill
30.10 - Glasgow, Classic Grand
01.11 - Manchester, Rebellion
02.11 - London, The Dome
03.11 - Norwich, Epic Studios
04.11 - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
06.11 - Southampton, Engine Rooms
07.11 - Wolverhampton, KK's Steel Mill
08.11 - Exeter, Phoenix
09.11 - Cardiff, Tramshed

Tickets for all dates go on sale at 10am on Friday 15th March at PhilCampbell.net

The band will also be appearing at the following previously announced dates

04.05 - Teddy Rocks Festival
18.05 - Manorfest, Victoria Hall, Keighley
21.06 - Dover, The Booking Hall
26.07 - Camp Bestival, Earache Takeover
24.08 - Stone Deaf Festival, Newark Showground

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