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Lawrence Arms Will be in The U.K. This October

Posted by Aaron H on October 2, 2014

Lawrence Arms Will be in The U.K. This October
Lawrence Arms Will be in The U.K. This October

The Lawrence Arms start a UK tour on October 7th with Sam Russo and Bangers supporting. Find the dates after the jump

Lawrence Arms UK Tour w/ Sam Russo and Bangers:
Oct 7th - Sheffield @ Academy 2
Oct 8th - Newcastle @ Academy 2
Oct 9th - Glasgow @ ABC 2
Oct 10th Birmingham @ Academy 2
Oct 11th - Bristol @ Thekla
Oct 12th - Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
Oct 13th - Liverpool @ Academy 2
Oct 14th - Manchester @ Ruby Lounge
Oct 15h - London @ Islington Academy
Oct 16th - Southampton @ The Cellar

Lawrence Arms Will be in The U.K. This October
Lawrence Arms Will be in The U.K. This October

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