The Libertines announce huge 20th anniversary ‘Up The Bracket’ shows

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Support will be available from Supergrass and sports team

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The Libertines have announced a series of UK dates celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album ‘Up the Bracket’.

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The band, who are already in the middle of their ‘Giddy Up a Ding-Dong Tour’, have announced three big outdoor shows in Manchester, Hatfield and Cardiff, along with an indoor show in Edinburgh.

The show will begin at the Castlefield Bowl on 1 July before moving to Hatfield House on 22 July, Cardiff Bute Park on 5 August and Edinburgh O2 Academy on 8 August.

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Support will come from Supergrass at Hatfield House, while the sports team will support the band’s dates in Manchester and Cardiff. Tickets for the gigs will be available for sale this Friday (December 3) at 9 a.m. Head for more information Here,

According to a press release, The Libertines, through parent label Rough Trade Records, will soon unveil a series of “all bells and whistles, leaving no stone unturned to mark the momentous birthday of ‘Up the Bracket’ vaulted- Stolen release”. ‘Up the Bracket’ was originally released on 22 October 2002.

The band continued their current tour tonight (29 November) at the O2 Academy in Birmingham before wrapping up five shows at London’s O2 Forum in Kentish Town on 19 December.

Here’s a full list of The Libertines’ travel dates:

November 2021
29 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
30 – O2 Academy, Leeds

December 2021
1 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh

3 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
4 – Uni The Mountford Hall, Liverpool
6 – Academy, Manchester
7 – O2 Academy Leicester
9 – University Great Hall, Cardiff
10 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
11 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
13 – O2 Academy, Bristol
14 – Rock City, Nottingham
16 – O2 Academy, Sheffield
17 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
18 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
19 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

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In October 2020, Carl Barat spoke Granthshala To discuss an update on his long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Anthems for Doomed Youth.

“It is going well, but it has become difficult with COVID,” explained Barat. “We started writing here, and he was going really well but John [Hassall, bass] is in Denmark and Pete [Doherty] is in France. It has been a bastard to travel.

“We’re really looking forward to getting back on this. We’re all writing and it’s all positive. We’re just waiting to come back and stuff stuff, bas kab ki baat hai. It would be nice if we could put it here.” We can do it. It will mean a lot. We have never been more educated. We just need to come together and do it.”

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