KODALINE have announced details of their biggest British tour yet which will get underway next March.
Kicking off at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on March 15, the band will play their biggest shows to date in Glasgow (18), Manchester (19), Birmingham (20) and London (21).
They’ll also perform a huge homecoming show at The O2 in Dublin on March 16.
Fans can expect to hear new songs debuted with Kodaline frontman Steve Garrigan recently telling The Irish Post that he hoped to air some new songs this November.
The four-piece has become the Irish success story of the summer following the Top Three success of their debut album, In A Perfect World.
Selling in excess of 200,000 albums and singles, they have also spent the the past four months performing at festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading and Summersonic in Japan.
Tickets for their March tour are priced at £16, except London which cost £17.50.
They go on sale this Friday (September 13) from usual outlets.
The band’s November tour is now completely sold out.
Kodaline’s tour dates are as follows:
Friday 8th November – Birmingham Institute
Saturday 9th November – O2 Academy Oxford
Sunday 10th November – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Tuesday 12th November – London The Forum
Wednesday 13th November – Leeds Stylus
Thursday 14th November – Glasgow O2 ABC
Saturday 16th November – Gateshead Sage 2
Monday 17th November – Manchester The Ritz
Monday 18th November – O2 Academy Bristol
Saturday 15th March – Belfast Ulster Hall
Tuesday 18th March – Glasgow Barrowlands
Wednesday 19th March – Manchester Academy
Thursday 20th March – O2 Academy Birmingham
Friday 21st March – London O2 Academy Brixton