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Official Happy Mondays Afterparty @ South 
Official Happy Mondays Afterparty @ South - Saturday 23 November 2013

South Nightclub hosts the Official Happy Mondays Afterparty following the sold out 'Bummed 25th Anniversary' gig at The Ritz on Saturday 23 November 2013 with DJs Clint Boon, Bez, Vince Vega and special guests.

More info at southnightclub.com and Facebook

The Bummed 25th Anniversary Tour starts Thursday 21 November in Herne Bay and the full itinerary is as follows:


Thu 21 - Herne Bay, Kings Hall, Beacon Hill [Tel: 01227 374 188] SOLD OUT
Fri 22 - London, The Forum, 9–17 Highgate Road, Kentish Town [Tel: 020 7428 4099] Buy tickets
Mon 25 - Norwich, The Nick Rayns Lcr, University of East Anglia - Buy tickets
Thu 28 - Leicester, O2 Academy, Percy Gee Building, University Rd [Tel: 0844 477 2000] - Buy tickets
Fri 29 - Newcastle, O2 Academy, Westgate Road [Tel: 0844 477 2000] - Buy tickets
Sat 30 - Leeds, O2 Academy, 55 Cookridge St Leeds, LS2 3AW [Tel: 0113 389 1555] - Buy tickets


Sun 1 - Glasgow, O2 Academy, 121 Eglinton Street Glasgow G5 9NT [Tel: 0141 418 3000] - Buy tickets
Wed 4 - Hertfordshire, The Forum, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane [Tel: 01707 285000] - Buy tickets
Thu 5 - Bournemouth, O2 Academy, 570 Christchurch Rd Bournemouth, Dorset BH1 4BH [Tel: 01202 399922] - Buy tickets
Fri 6 - Birmingham, O2 Academy, 16-18 Horsefair, Bristol Street Birmingham B1 1DB [Tel: 0121 622 8250] - Buy tickets
Sat 7 - Liverpool, O2 Academy, 11-13 Hotham Street [Tel: 0844 477 2000] - Buy tickets
Thu 12 - Sheffield, O2 Academy, 37-43 Arundel Gate [Tel: 0114 253 7777] - Buy tickets
Fri 13 - Oxford, O2 Academy, 190 Cowley Road [Tel: 0844 477 2000] - Buy tickets
Sat 14 - Bristol, O2 Academy, Frogmore Street, BS1 5NA - Buy tickets

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