The Charlatans LEICESTER - Tickets

The Charlatans LEICESTER - Tickets
Sat, 14/03/15, 19:00 O2 Academy Leicester
University Road, LE1 7RH LEICESTER

The Charlatans embark on their first tour since 2010. Buy The Charlatans tickets at Eventim.

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The Charlatans, O2 Academy Leicester, 14/03/15
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The Charlatans’ first full UK tour since 2010, coincides with their brand new and twelfth album, ‘Modern Nature’, already described by Q as ‘one of the finest of their career’.

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For more than two decades now, The Charlatans have been an inspirational force in British rock. As they celebrate their twentieth anniversary with some very special gigs, they remain as exciting and relevant now, as when they first broke through to the immortal strains of ‘The Only One I Know’ – if not, more so, as a new generation of young bands a...
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