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Travis UK Dates – EXTRA DATES


Following their huge headline show at On Blackheath Festival last year and due to popular demand, Travis will play their classic album ‘The Man Who’ live in full across two limited runs this June and December.

Dubbed as one of the most successful British albums to be released in the last 20 years, ‘The Man Who’ features hit singles ‘Writing To Reach You’, ‘Driftwood’, ‘Turn’ and the iconic ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me?’.

Released 19 years ago and produced by Nigel Godrich, the record spent 11 weeks at No. 1, sold almost three million copies and became the biggest selling UK album of 2000. It also earned the band Ivor Novello Award wins for ‘Best Songwriter’ and ‘Best Contemporary Song’ for ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me?’, as well as two BRIT Awards for ‘Best British Band’ and ‘Best British Album’.

Made up of singer/guitarist Fran Healy, bassist Dougie Payne, guitarist Andy Dunlop and drummer Neil Primrose, Travis have sold more than eight million records throughout their career to date and released their latest critically acclaimed album ‘Everything At Once’ in 2016.

They will hit the road again this year to perform at handful of UK venues, including shows at the Royal Festival Hall in London and The SSE Hydro in Glasgow.

Travis 2018 UK Dates:

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 10 June
London Royal Festival Hall, 12
London Royal Festival Hall, 13 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall, 14
Plymouth Pavilions, 19
Brighton Dome, 20
Ipswich Regent Theatre, 21
Birmingham Symphony Hall, 25
Oxford New Theatre, 26
Belfast Custom House Square, 22 August ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Portsmouth Guildhall, 12 Dec
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 13
Newcastle City Hall, 15
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, 17
Hull City Hall, 18
Manchester O2 Apollo, 19
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 21

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