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Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 1:53 pm
by Evan
I need to make up my mind which ones to go to. St Albans and Cambridge are currently top of the list.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:30 pm
by sarahg
placidcasual76 wrote:If the information in this link is true about the support, then you guys are in for a hell of a treat!

https://billetto.co.uk/frank-turner--the-sleeping-souls
Oh God, I do hope so! My husband will think I have lost my Marbles when I sing along....

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 4:55 pm
by DavidPorges
Evan wrote:I need to make up my mind which ones to go to. St Albans and Cambridge are currently top of the list.
as someone who has probably gone to multiple gigs in a short strech of time , Do you ever get sick of it or of hearing certain songs?

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 5:14 pm
by ealesy21
Hey, new to this whole site. Just wanted to say a massive thanks to Frank for coming down to Yeovil to do a gig. Its my hometown and we hardly ever get any big names come down to perform so really awesome to see Frank come down to the small little places. Got my ticket all sorted and cant wait.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 5:48 pm
by trogette
I'm heading to Wakefield :D thanks to Crash Records in Leeds who had tickets when Billetto had run out when I got distracted by facebook, like a dickhead. Local fun to be had, Leeds is a good city to shop and generally hang out in, Wakefield I haven't been to for years. The surroundings are reight scenic, the famous Emley Moor Mast is a classic landmark, the Hepworth gallery's meant to be good.

Re travelling etc, I drove with the secondborn to Edinburgh Corn Exchange instead of going to Manchester Arena, who doesn't love a road trip? Been to Bern, Montpellier and Barcelona for Muse. Sometimes it's just got to be done.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:25 am
by drax
That's our tickets officially sorted for Dunfermline then (and really only because us Scots are so slow on the uptake - unreal how quick the English venues are filling up!)

Wee question for locals/generally more knowledgeable folk though: are there any easy bus routes that'd take us from around the Dunfermline Town station up to the Alhambra? Would gladly walk it but time is tight and we have rather a bad track record for getting horribly lost on the way to shows.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 1:48 am
by darlenet.
placidcasual76 wrote:If the information in this link is true about the support, then you guys are in for a hell of a treat!

https://billetto.co.uk/frank-turner--the-sleeping-souls
I've been hoping y'all in the UK would get a chance at this.If it's true, ought to be interesting....

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 8:41 am
by Evan
DavidPorges wrote:
Evan wrote:I need to make up my mind which ones to go to. St Albans and Cambridge are currently top of the list.
as someone who has probably gone to multiple gigs in a short strech of time , Do you ever get sick of it or of hearing certain songs?

Sure. There are plenty of bar/toilet breaks in an average set for me. I am particularly interested on this tour due to the fact they have promised to road test new stuff.

UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 10:13 am
by Helium
Evan wrote:I need to make up my mind which ones to go to. St Albans and Cambridge are currently top of the list.
Don't suppose you fancy a road trip to sunny Wakey Evan? (No, neither do I, but it's better than Hull...)

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 10:33 am
by Evan
Helium wrote:
Evan wrote:I need to make up my mind which ones to go to. St Albans and Cambridge are currently top of the list.
Don't suppose you fancy a road trip to sunny Wakey Evan? (No, neither do I, but it's better than Hull...)
It's an inconvenient date

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:00 pm
by waywardson
darlenet. wrote:
placidcasual76 wrote:If the information in this link is true about the support, then you guys are in for a hell of a treat!

https://billetto.co.uk/frank-turner--the-sleeping-souls
I've been hoping y'all in the UK would get a chance at this.If it's true, ought to be interesting....
It's true! Saw KKKR opening for the Aquabats in SF last Friday, Neil and Bryan loved my FT shirt. Hung out with them afterwards and they told me not to tell anyone yet but...

It's official as of today.

I can tell you they are super stoked to be going over there.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2014 8:29 am
by sarahg
waywardson wrote:
darlenet. wrote:
placidcasual76 wrote:If the information in this link is true about the support, then you guys are in for a hell of a treat!

https://billetto.co.uk/frank-turner--the-sleeping-souls
I've been hoping y'all in the UK would get a chance at this.If it's true, ought to be interesting....
It's true! Saw KKKR opening for the Aquabats in SF last Friday, Neil and Bryan loved my FT shirt. Hung out with them afterwards and they told me not to tell anyone yet but...

It's official as of today.

I can tell you they are super stoked to be going over there.
I hope they have been told that their song Fanny Pack might be a little bit misinterpreted over here in the UK.

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2014 2:38 pm
by aidanC
Does anybody know of a site / local outlet which still has tickets for the Bath show (or even better have a couple going spare)? Thought I wasn't going to be able to make any dates on this tour but chance to do the gig on Friday then see Saints away to Swansea the next day is just too perfect. Cheers!

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2014 1:18 pm
by Faulksp
Should we have our tickets yet .......?

Re: UK TOUR!!

Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2014 9:04 pm
by Danlechief
Faulksp wrote:Should we have our tickets yet .......?
Mine have come for Yeovil but not bath exeter or looe.