Time for a Blaenavon Autumn tour with support from Boniface

Blaenavon have been in the studio sorting album two for you all, and if you've seen them at one of a few festival appearances recently you might have even heard a few sneak previews. Well, come October, there are going to be a whole bunch of new opportunities to see them. And, not only that, but Boniface are joining to support. Find tickets at the links below.

5 - Gloucester Guildhall in Gloucester, UK (Tickets), first on Ten Tombs
6 - Neighbourhood Festival in Manchester, UK (Tickets)
7 - Hobo’s in Bridgend, UK (Tickets), first on Parish
9 - The Crescent in York, UK (Tickets)
10 - Teeside University in Middlesbrough, UK (Tickets)
12 - The Mash House in Edinburgh, UK (Tickets), first on Golden Arm
13 - The Welly in Hull, UK (Tickets), first on Vialetters
14 - The Live Rooms in Chester, UK (Tickets)
15 - The Marrs Bar in Worcester, UK (Tickets), first on The America's
16 - Arches in Coventry, UK (Tickets)
18 - Norwich Arts Centre in Norwich, UK (Tickets), first on The Night Society
19 - The Boileroom in Guildford, UK (Tickets), first on Roman Lewis

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