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Airbourne Announce UK Tour Plus Joel O'Keefe Picks Up 'Shredder' Award At Golden Gods



Airbourne Reveal UK Tour Dates & Frontman Joel O'Keefe Wins Award At Metal Hammer Golden Gods 



Following a blistering mainstage performance at this year’s Download Festival, Airbourne can now reveal a full list of headline UK tour dates for November 2017, including a show at the world famous Roundhouse, Camden. In addition to this, Airbourne will be headlining Hard Rock Hell festival November 17th, Wales.




All upcoming UK dates as follows:



Fri 10-Nov UK, Wales, Hafan Y Mor, Hard Rock Hell

Sat 11-Nov UK, Bristol Academy

Mon 13-Nov UK, Glasgow Academy

Tue 14-Nov UK, Manchester Academy

Wed 15-Nov UK, London Roundhouse

Sat 18-Nov UK, Norwich UEA

Sun 19-Nov UK, Oxford Academy

Mon 20-Nov UK, Sheffield Academy

Wed 22-Nov UK, Nottingham, Rock City



Live Nation Presale: ‪Thursday 15th June @ 10am

General On Sale: ‪Friday 16th June @ 10am



Tickets: www.livenation.co.uk / www.ticketmaster.co.uk / www.airbournerock.com




Meanwhile, both Joel and Ryan O’Keefe attended Monday night's Metal Hammer ‘Golden Gods’ Awards in London, where Joel picked up the coveted Dimebag Darrell ‘Shredder’ award, beating members of Megadeth, Dillinger Escape Plan and Of Mice and Men.



Airbourne recently welcomed guitarist and longtime staunch mate Matt ‘Harri’ Harrison to the ranks; this comes in the wake of longstanding band member David Roads’ decision to depart the world of rock ‘n’ roll.


The current album, ‘Breakin’ Outta Hell’ is available now via Spinefarm Records.





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