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The Killers announce new UK tour (2007)

The Killers

Story by Jack Foley

THE Killers have followed the success of their No.1 album Sam’s Town by announcing their biggest ever UK headline dates next year.

The Las Vegas-based rockers will play 10 dates next February and March, including two nights at London’s Wembley Arena.

Tickets will go on general sale at noon this Friday, November 3 and will be limited to a maximum of four tickets per person.

A small number of pre-sale tickets will be available to members of The Killers fansite from tomorrow (Wednesday).

The 2007 dates are the first to be announced since The Killers’ November tour sold out in its entirety in just five minutes.

Dates are as follows:
16 – Sheffield Arena
17 – Manchester MEN
18 – Birmingham NEC
20 – Newcastle Arena
21 – Aberdeen P&J Arena
22 – Glasgow SECC
24 & 25 – Wembley Arena

3 – Brighton Centre
4 – Nottingham Arena
5 – Cardiff Arena

The Killers are currently gearing up for the release of their new single, Bones, which is released on November 27.

It comes accompanied by a video by director Tim Burton, in his first ever foray into the world of the pop promo.

The video premieres tonight, October 31, on Film 4 at 11pm, following a Halloween screening of the Burton-directed Sleepy Hollow, and thereafter at 11.40pm on Channel 4.

Bones is the second single from the Killers’ second album, Sam’s Town, which celebrated three weeks at the top of the UK chart upon release, has already sold over half a million copies in the UK, and has also been a huge success throughout the world, reaching the top spot in four countries so far.