A Day To Remember Announce All Signs Point To Britain November 2014 UK Tour

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After some of their most high profile UK festival appearances to date wow’ing the main stage at the Reading & Leeds festival double header over the August Bank Holiday, not to mention a sold out show playing to over 7,000 fans at the Cardiff arena, A Day To Remember have announced they’ll be back in the UK again sooner than anyone expected.

The Florida pop-metal quintet have announced the “All Signs Point To Britain” UK tour will see ADTR return to these shores in November for a run of eight shows in England and Scotland, taking in some towns and cities that wouldn’t usually find their way onto the A Day To Remember touring schedule in the UK. Kicking off in Portsmouth on the 12th at the Guildhall, the tour wraps 11 days later in Newcastle at the O2 Academy. Full details of the tour can be found below:

A Day To Remember – All Signs Point To Britain November 2014 UK Tour

12th – Portsmouth – Guildhall
14th – Plymouth – Pavilions
15th – Brighton – Centre
16th – Leeds – O2 Academy
18th – Edinburgh – Corn Exchange
19th – Nottingham – Rock City
21st – Sheffield – O2 Academy
23rd – Newcastle – O2 Academy

Tickets have just gone on sale this morning (5th of September 2014) at Live Nation on the following link – https://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/a-day-to-remember-tickets. Tickets are priced at £22 plus the obligatory fees and postage charges.

In addition to their UK return A Day To Remember are embarking on an enormous US “parks and devastation” tour with their long time British friends Bring Me The Horizon, as well as Motionless In White and Chiodos in what is one of the premier US rock and metal tours of the second half of 2014. Full details for our American readers are available on the official A Day To Remember website www.adtr.com.

Any further updates from A Day To Remember will be reported here at Rock Sins in due course.

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