Tears For Fears - Photo Credit Jake Walters

Tears For Fears Add Three Extra Dates To Their ‘Rule The World Tour 2018’

Tears For Fears - Photo Credit Jake Walters
Tears For Fears – Photo Credit Jake Walters

After shows in Cardiff, Glasgow, Bournemouth and Brighton all sold out, Tears For Fears have added three more dates to their ‘Rule The World Tour 2018’.

The duo shall additionally perform in Leeds on April 27, Nottingham on April 28, and have added a second Glasgow show, on 30th April.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, November 10, at 9am on their official website. Their greatest hits album, ‘Rule The World’, which spans their entire career and also includes original songs, is out tomorrow via Virgin/EMI, and is also available for preorder from Tears For Fears’ official website.

Joining Tears For Fears on all UK & Ireland dates is Alison Moyet. In a 35-year recording career, three-times BRIT Award-winner and Grammy-nominee, Alison Moyet, has released 9 solo studio albums with 2017 seeing the release of the critically-acclaimed album Other, and embarking on her biggest world tour for thirty years. Tears For Fears play the following UK and Ireland Dates:

April 2018:

Fri 27th LEEDS, First Direct Arena
Sat 28th NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena
Mon 30th GLASGOW, SEC Armadillo

May 2018:

Weds 2nd Dublin, 3Arena
Fri 4th Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff  (SOLD OUT)
Sat 5th Birmingham, Arena Birmingham
Mon 7th Glasgow, SEC Armadillo (SOLD OUT)
Tues 8th Liverpool, Echo Arena
Thurs 10th London, The 02
Fri 11th Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Centre (SOLD OUT)
Sat 12th Brighton, Brighton Centre (SOLD OUT)

Find Tears For Fears on their official website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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