1 Nov 2011
Minny Pops UK Tour 2012 
Minny Pops are playing 4 gigs in January (Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester and London) and then (outside of a gig in Amsterdam) that's it, probably for ever... To coincide, there's also a 1981 archive live CD/DVD called Standstill to Motion (LTM Recordings), which documents performances by the band in Amsterdam and New York coming out via LTM - more info to follow.

January 2012 itinerary

Thu 19 - The Plug, Sheffield
Fri 20 - The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sat 21 - Gullivers, Manchester
Mon 23 - (Upstairs at) The Garage, London

Support comes from Rats on Rafts.

More info at minnypops.com

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Garage tickets are split between that link (in the article and here too: http://venues.meanfiddler.com/the-garage/listings/featured/5303
Leeds can get through a whole host of places:
Jumbo Records | 0113 2455570 | http://tinyurl.com/6hwg2pt
Crash Records | 0113 2436743 | http://tinyurl.com/6ygzy7e
Seetickets | http://tinyurl.com/6cpnp8s
Ticketweb | http://tinyurl.com/6cayp8y
Wegottickets | http://tinyurl.com/6a78b5g

02/11/2011, 07:15

 

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