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Pale Waves tickets for Manchester gig on sale – how to buy them

Gothic indie-pop quartet Pale Waves are returning to Manchester off the back of a huge American tour – and tickets are going on sale this morning. The band is set to play at Manchester Albert Hall on November 25, with four other UK dates following.

The Manchester group are about to support 5 Seconds of Summer in the USA this June and July before returning to the UK for festival season, followed by the five-date tour with stops in Glasgow, Liverpool, Dundee and London.

The announcement comes after the reveal of their third studio album ‘Unwanted’, which will be released later this year. Fans were able to get access to pre-sale gig tickets if they pre-ordered the album before May 17.

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General sale tickets for their Manchester show and the four other events go on sale at 10am this morning.

Pale Waves have been on a personal and artistic journey since the release of their debut album My Mind Makes Noises in 2018. They’ve scored two top 10 albums, played several sold-out tours as well as supporting The 1975 and Muse at massive shows; and have become hugely positive role models for young teenagers.

On the upcoming album, the Ticketmaster event page reads: “Unwanted is a record that reaches out into the passionate community of misfits and LGBTQI fans around the band, tapping into darker emotions than ever before while also striking a fresh tone of defiance.”

Heather Baron-Gracie, aged 27, added: “It was really the only thing this album could be called. It’s bold and unapologetic, and that’s what the Pale Waves community is about.

“We don’t need to fit a perfect mould, we don’t need to apologise for being ourselves, and we won’t change for anyone. That acceptance is what connects us.”

The tour will follow a packed summer of UK festival appearances, including Neighbourhood Weekender, Community Festival, Y-Not, Kendal Calling, Boardmasters and Reading & Leeds.

You can buy tickets to the Manchester show at Albert Hall on November 25 here.

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