Florence + The Machine, Liam Gallagher to support Rolling Stones

April 23, 2018
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Florence + The Machine and Oasis' Liam Gallagher are among the artists tapped to support the Rolling Stones on the legendary rock band's U.K. tour this spring. Catch the latest list of cities, dates and supporting acts right here.

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As reported by Pitchfork, each night of the Rolling Stones' coming jaunt will find the rockers paired with a unique opener: Gallagher supports the Stones on their first night in London, with Florence + The Machine doing the same the second night. The Stones will then be joined by the Vaccines in Southampton, England; the Specials in Coventry; Richard Ashcroft in Manchester and Edinburgh, Scotland; Elbow in Cardiff, Wales; and James Bay at Twickenham.

See the announcement below:

The Rolling Stones U.K. tour dates:
05/22 – London, England @ London Stadium *
05/25 – London, England @ London Stadium #
05/29 – Southampton, England @ St. Mary’s Stadium $
06/02 – Coventry, England @ Ricoh Arena ^
06/05 – Manchester, England @ Old Trafford £
06/09 – Edinburgh, Scotland @ Murrayfield Stadium £
06/15 – Cardiff, Wales @ Principality Stadium &
06/19 – London, England @ Twickenham Stadium
* with Liam Gallagher
# with Florence + The Machine
$ with the Vaccines
^ with the Specials
£ with Richard Ashcroft
& with Elbow
∞ with James Bay

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